Category: Talented persons

In memory of the Apollo 13 mission (1970-April 11-17) – A successful failure

April 12, 2022

On April 11, 1970, Jim Lovell, Jack Swigert and Fred Haise, three NASA astronauts aboard Saturn V from the Kennedy Space Center for a major mission, finally abandoned the mission due to a fault in the oxygen tank in the service module and orbited the South South spacecraft on April 17. Down. The extraordinary courage…

Bubble nebula

April 9, 2022

The bubble nebula is an emission nebula found 7100 light-years from Earth in the star Cassiopeia. (Also known as NGC 7635) The bubble formed around the nebula, which is about 7 light-years in diameter, due to the stellar wind emanating from the giant star SAO 20575, which shines brightly in the center. The star in…

Dark night sky paradox

April 5, 2022

Why the night looks black. Have you thought of anyone? For dark skies, space has a reason. Although many have asked about it, in 1823 a scientist named heinrich olbers also thought more about. There were two types of cosmology then. One is the Big Bang and the other is the default theory. In the…

Arp 78 Peculiar Galaxy

March 30, 2022

This is a picture of the Arp 78 galaxy taken by the Gemini North telescope on the island of Hawaii. Arp 78 is a peculiar spiral galaxy in the constellation Aries. Peculiar galaxies are galaxies that change shape and size due to the gravitational pull of other galaxies. The name Arp is derived from the…

Sagittarius A: The mysterious crater in the middle of the Milky Way

March 27, 2022

One of the recipients of the 2020 Nobel Prize is Andrea Guess, an American researcher. Andrea and her colleague Renard Gazelle won the award for discovering an unknown object in the center of the Milky Way galaxy, which includes our Earth. That unknown object was nothing else. A black hole or black hole. Sagittarius AOur…

6.5 hours outside the space station, Raja Chari on a new mission

March 17, 2022

Raja Chari, an Indian-born astronaut who arrived at the space station last year, has completed his first spacewalk. Raja Chari spent 6.5 hours outside the space station as part of a special mission. The mission was to upgrade the International Space Station, which has been extended to 2030. Raja was accompanied by flight engineer Kayla…

Image of a sand dune known as the Bagnold dunes, located on the Gale crater on Mars, captured by the Curiosity rover.

March 16, 2022

Bagnold dunes are a 35 km long dark gray mud / sand dune in the Gail Crater on Mars. They are named after Ralph Alger Bagnold, one of the first explorers to explore the physics behind the sand dunes across the Libyan desert.

Giant Floating Earth: The astonishing giant globe

March 14, 2022

As a visual treat to the audience, the colossal 10m floating earth artwork by renowned UK based artist Luke Jerome. It is located in the Pennington Flash on the Wigan and Lee waterways. An amazing copy of the Earth was created using photographs taken directly by NASA.

It rains like precious gems on this planet

February 28, 2022

Can you imagine living on a planet (Rains Precious Gems) with precious gems instead of water? Scientists have now discovered these new features in an exoplanet that previously discovered clouds made of metal, rain and gems. Called ‘WASP-121b’, the gas giant orbits a star about 855 light-years from Earth. This is according to a study…

Marie Curie was the first and only woman to win the Nobel Prize in Physics and Chemistry.

February 22, 2022

For more than 100 years, Curie’s clothing, furniture, books, and laboratory notes have been radioactive. Curie’s laboratory notebooks are still housed in lead – lined boxes in museums in France. Marie Curie’s goods will still be radioactive for 1500 years.