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Black Hole Accreting with Jet Illustration Credit: NASA, Swift, Aurore Simonnet (Sonoma State U.): What happens when a black hole devours a star? Many details remain unknown, but recent observations are providing new clues

What Darwin’s garden taught him about evolution - Cosmos Magazine

The great naturalist's tranquil backyard was the test bed for his dangerous ideas, writes Tim Entwisle.

Scientists, using the world’s most powerful X-ray laser, have successfully created a molecular black hole consisting of heavy atoms that suck electrons from their neighbours. Researchers from Kansas State University in the US successfully used short. France 24, Black Holes In Space, Kansas State University, Unexplained Phenomena, Blitz, Weird Science, Physicist, Hologram, Galaxies

The World's Most Powerful X-Ray Laser Just Gave Rise to a 'Molecular Black Hole'

Imagine you took all sunlight that hits our planet at any given moment, and focussed it on one (unfortunate) piece of Earth the size of a thumbnail. Now times that blistering intensity by 100, and you're beginning to understand the insanity of the wo

Chandra telescope detects seven X-ray photons coming from Pluto, suggesting that the solar wind runs into a tail of gas streaming from the dwarf planet. New Horizons Pluto, Hollow Earth, Dwarf Planet, Dark Energy, String Theory, Dark Matter, Solar System, Astronomy, Cosmos

X-ray mystery shrouds Pluto

Chandra telescope detects seven X-ray photons coming from Pluto, suggesting that the solar wind runs into a tail of gas streaming from the dwarf planet.

Possible sign of dark matter shows up again / X-ray signal from Milky Way’s halo eliminates some alternate explanations Dark Matter Show, Dark Energy, Radio Wave, String Theory, Astrophysics, Milky Way, Astronomy, Universe, Signs

Possible sign of dark matter shows up again

Excess of X-rays could indicate decaying sterile neutrinos.

What is light? You may have heard light is an ‘electromagnetic wave’ or that it’s made of ‘photons’. What is light, really? Cathal O’Connell explains. Michael Faraday, Very Interesting, Radio Wave, Science Nature, Cosmos, Physics, Fun Facts, Knowledge, Neon Signs

What is light? - Cosmos Magazine

You may have heard light is an ‘electromagnetic wave’ or that it’s made of ‘photons’. But what does all this mean? What is light, really? Cathal O’Connell explains.

This image, taken in May 2008 as the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope was being readied for launch, highlights the detectors of its Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM). The GBM is an array of 14 crystal detectors.

NASA’s big mistake: LIGO’s merging black holes were invisible after all

On September 14, 2015, a tiny effect lasting 200 milliseconds passed through the Earth at the speed of light. The entire planet compressed and expanded in two mutually perpendicular directions by…

This image, taken in May 2008 as the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope was being readied for launch, highlights the detectors of its Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM). The GBM is an array of 14 crystal detectors.

NASA’s big mistake: LIGO’s merging black holes were invisible after all

On September 14, 2015, a tiny effect lasting 200 milliseconds passed through the Earth at the speed of light. The entire planet compressed and expanded in two mutually perpendicular directions by…

Researchers from the UK have successfully made a raised object appear flat to electromagnetic waves – meaning that they are a step closer to having a full-blown cloaking device that can hide objects. While the new findings are still far from a.

Researchers Are a Step Closer to Making a Real-Life Invisibility Cloak

Researchers from the UK have successfully made a raised object appear flat to electromagnetic waves – meaning that they are a step closer to having a full-blown cloaking device that can hide objects.

Astronomy Universe A powerful radio telescope captures an image of our amazing technicolor universe. God is so awesome. - A powerful radio telescope captures an image of our amazing technicolor universe.

This Is Our Amazing Technicolor Cosmos

As seen with a radio telescope in the West Australian outback, our universe resembles a psychedelic piece of pop art.

Weird Deep Space X-Ray Flashes Stump Astronomers. The X-ray emissions were discovered by chance beyond the Milky Way and no one really knows what is causing them. Cosmos, Neutron Star, Spiral Galaxy, Across The Universe, Space Photos, Light Year, Deep Space, Space Exploration, Milky Way

Weird Deep Space X-Ray Flashes Stump Astronomers

The X-ray emissions were discovered by chance beyond the Milky Way and no one really knows what is causing them.

Laser as bright as a billion Suns alters fundamental physics of light and matter Radio Wave, Fields, Physics, Waves, Earth, Bright, World, Image, Alters

World's Brightest Laser Could Pave Way for Lower-Radiation X-Rays

The world's brightest laser can "transform" visible light into X-rays, making the shape and color of objects appear different, new research shows.

The borrower is the servant of the lender, and through the mechanism of government debt virtually the entire planet has become the servants of the global money changers. Politicians love to borrow money, but over

Humans Create Accidental Protective Barrier Around Earth - Shocking Science

Scientist have found a way to mess with the space around Earth, Known as VLF, very low frequency radio communications. Normally, VLF is used as a way to communicate to submersed submarines. Recently though, scientists found that VLF can be used to change the surrounding space of Earth. Phil Erickson, the assistant director at the MIT...