What you are about to read next might be one of the most groundbreaking discoveries of the year 2020! Venus is the hottest planet in the Solar System. Its atmosphere is hellish, consisting mainly of carbon dioxide with clouds of sulfuric acid, and negligible amount of water. Besides, Venus has large number of volcanoes some […]Read More Potential signs of Alien Life found on Venus
Whatever we know about black holes comes from the equations and theories put forward by physicists like Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking and others. A long standing goal in astrophysics is to directly observe the immediate surroundings of a black hole and test whether the observations match with the predictions. The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project […]Read More Six Amazing Facts about the ‘First Image of a Black Hole’
The concept of gravity was introduced by Issac Newton in the year 1687 AD. Newton described gravity as the force of attraction between objects having mass. Albert Einstein drastically changed this view of gravity when he published his famous general theory of relativity in the year 1916. According to general relativity, gravity is not just […]Read More Why does gravity travel across dimensions?
Quantum physics is the branch of physics that describes the behavior of particles at the smallest possible scales. In the quantum realm, quantum mechanical effects become significant and particles can no longer be described using classical physics. Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon observed at the quantum scale where entangled particles stay connected (in some sense) […]Read More Quantum Entanglement explained in simple words
There is a different kind of joy in looking at the sky when everyone is asleep. One can witness a wide range of objects in the night sky with the naked eye, such as:Read More Stargazing Tip: How to find the Milky Way Center?