Measuring a Gigantic Black Hole. It’s about 660 million times as massive as our sun, and a cloud of gas circles it at about 1.1 million mph.

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The Search For Evidence of Cosmological Inflation. Now that scientists have confirmed the existence of gravitational waves, a NASA team is set to search for a predicted signature of primordial gravitational waves that would prove the infant universe expanded far faster than the speed of light and began growing exponentially almost instantaneously after the Big […]

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A Mystery Around a Black Hole 5 billion Light-Years Away. A team of Spanish researchers, with the participation of the University of Granada (UGR), has accurately detected a structure in the innermost region of a quasar (small, very far objects that emit huge amounts of energy, comparable to that emitted by a whole galaxy) at […]

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Lets Starting Working on A Space Based Gravitational Wave Observatory. Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves in his general theory of relativity a century ago, and scientists have been attempting to detect them for 50 years. Einstein pictured these waves as ripples in the fabric of space-time produced by massive, accelerating bodies, such […]

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So, Why Are The Aliens Silent ? If you are like me, then you can’t help but believe that there must be like on other planets.I mean there are so many planets out there and now we are learning that there are even many planets that could be considered to be “earth like”. In reality, how […]

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Evidence of a Giant 9th Planet and the Race to Find it is on! For more than 70 years, Pluto was one of nine planets recognized in our Solar System. However it was relegated to the status of dwarf planet in 2006 by the International Astronomical Union. Now researchers have reason to believe the is a real […]

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A Newly Discovered Form of Hydrogen. Hydrogen is the simplest element ( atomic weight = 1) and as a result is the most common element in the universe. Life as we know it is made of complex hydrocarbons where hydrogen bonds to other elements such as carbon and oxygen.

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Is Our Sun’s Magnetic Field is About to Flip? Accurately determining the age of a star can help researchers in predicting not so much what might happen, but when it may happen. A great example is the phenomenon of magnetic fields inside of stars.

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Magnetic Fields Inside Stars. Up until recently only a very small percentage of stars were known to have strong magnetic fields. This is why current scientific models of how stars evolve do not include magnetic fields as a fundamental component

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Currently the instrument used to measure gravity is known as a gravimeter, or gravitometer. Since general relativity regards the effects of gravity as indistinguishable from the effects of acceleration, one can regard gravimeters as special-purpose accelerometers. 

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