cherenkov radiation

Is it possible to overtake the light? The answer is no, isn’t it? If so, it’s a mistake, because light can be overtaken, but light traveling in a vacuum can not be beaten. The speed of light in a vacuum is 3 lakh km per second. M But … the speed of light is relatively…

Want to be an astronaut? NASA’s virtual reality game will help

NASA is making this video game for those who are interested in experiencing Mars even before man lands on Mars Becoming an astronaut in real life is something only millions of people can do. NASA, the US space agency, is helping to get the experience of going to Mars without rigorous training and many experiments….

The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope

Work on the project began in 2010. The Infrared Observatory, like the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), aims to gather evidence of primitive light by looking into the maximum distance of the RST universe. However, the main purpose of the Roman Space Telescope was to study dark energy, or dark energy, and distant planets.The glass…

Arp 244 (The Antennae Galaxies)

April 3, 2022

Antennae Galaxies are NGC 4038 and NGC 4039 interacting galaxies located in the Corvus galaxy about 60 million light-years from Earth. It was discovered in 1785 by the British astronomer Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel.As a result of the collision between the two galaxies mentioned above, The dust particles formed into two tails, which got its name…

Universal Elements v / s Human Body

April 2, 2022

Our body is made up of four main elements. The four elements are oxygen, carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen. So, let’s see exactly what these components do. That is, 65% to 67% of the human body’s oxygen is in the first place, because most of our body is water – about 50% to 60% – so…

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…

Samudrayan – India’s new maritime research project

March 29, 2022

Samudrayaan submarine test successfully completed. GA Ramdas, director of the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) and two senior scientists spent an hour and a half in a test vehicle at a depth of seven meters in the water. ISRO is building a special spacecraft, the Matsya 6000, for the mission. Materials and Mechanical Entity…

Original size of the Stars

March 28, 2022

The size of the stars is something that amazes us a lot. UY Scuti is a star 1700 times larger than the Sun, Stephenson 2-18. We are amazed and amazed to hear that the star is 2150 times the size of the Sun. (Size here means diameter)However, there is an inaccuracy in comparing the sizes…

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…

Want to be an astronaut? NASA’s virtual reality game will help

March 26, 2022

NASA is making this video game for those who are interested in experiencing Mars even before man lands on Mars Becoming an astronaut in real life is something only millions of people can do. NASA, the US space agency, is helping to get the experience of going to Mars without rigorous training and many experiments….

Kipuka: A different kind of volcanic island

March 24, 2022

When a volcano erupts and subsequent lava flows engulf the mountain slope and surrounding lands, parts of the earth, due to their elevation, escape destruction. The land, which remains intact, is later turned into an island for plants, animals, and birds alike. They are called kipuka, a word derived from the Hawaiian language, meaning “hole”…