a Few days ago, March 14, the world left is one of the most eminent physicists of our time, Stephen Hawking.
Astrophysics International centre for radio astronomy research (ICRAR) and the University of Western Australia came up with some interesting findings in recent studies: regardless of the size and weight, all disk galaxies in the Universe are United by one common part – they all make one complete revolution around its axis in about 1 billion years.
At the end of 2017 at the auction in Jerusalem was exposed to a sentence of thirteen words, handwritten in German by albert Einstein.
the Big Bang may have been vivid and dramatic, but immediately after that the universe became dark for a very long time.
the Question of what was , in many ways echoes the question: which came first – the chicken or the egg? And really, how it all began? What was before that? And was it all? To answer this question tried the famous British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking.
the Study of several tens of galaxies within several billion light years from our own, allowed to open a few black holes, which greatly exceeds our expectations about how big they can grow.
the Large hadron Collider (LHC), the huge particle accelerator, continues to push the edge of science, and in the latest experiments with his participation, scientists have discovered something that may be the first potential evidence of the existence of subatomic quasiparticles, called odderon, which until then existed only in theory.
People have always been fascinated by the two main theories about the origin of the Universe.
Chinese quantum satellite was launched into orbit two years ago.
Physicists have managed to demonstrate the acceleration of the light rays on flat surfaces when accelerating led to the fact that the rays follow curved trajectories.
Gamma ray bursts, the powerful flashes of light — these are the brightest events in our Universe, which do not last longer than a few seconds or minutes.
a New method for ultrasonic 3D printing has developed the physics of the Tomsk state University.
Astrophysicists hope that over the next 12 months, they will get what nobody could.
We live in a three dimensional Universe with three spatial dimensions and one of time.