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Einstein predicted gravitational waves 100 years ago; here's why you should care

Feb 12, 2016

Einstein predicted gravitational waves 100 years ago; here's why you should care

The first-ever detection of gravitational waves, which scientists could announce Thursday, would open a new window on the universe and its most violent phenomena. #NewsTracker #MIT #Albert Einstein #CalTech #AllYouNeedToKnow #Gravitational waves #LIGO #F Science
Sky is the limit: With gravitational waves detection, we can now listen to the stars

Feb 12, 2016

Sky is the limit: With gravitational waves detection, we can now listen to the stars

As the momentous news of gravitational waves being detected 100 years after Albert Einstein's prediction broke on Thursday, scientists discussing the significance of the major discovery revealed that this discovery would enable us not just to see the stars, but also to listen to them. #science #ThingsWeLike #Astronomy #Albert Einstein #Physics #Black hole #scientists #stars #Shareworthy #Gravitational waves
Move over blue/gold dress: This test starring Einstein/ Monroe determines your eyesight

Apr 06, 2015

Move over blue/gold dress: This test starring Einstein/ Monroe determines your eyesight

It seems like a regular picture of Albert Einstein. Or Marilyn Monroe. Or both. What do you see when you look at the image? #World #YouTube #MIT #Albert Einstein #Marilyn Monroe #viral #Optical illusion #eyesight test
European Space Agency destroys last space truck to ISS

Feb 16, 2015

European Space Agency destroys last space truck to ISS

The European Space Agency (ESA) has said it had destroyed its last supply ship to the International Space Station, bringing a seven-year venture to a successful close. #World #NewsTracker #Nasa #Albert Einstein #Johannes Kepler #European Space Agency #ISS #Jules Verne #Edoardo Amaldi
Nasa to launch giant balloon fitted with telescope to spot black holes

Sep 15, 2014

Nasa to launch giant balloon fitted with telescope to spot black holes

A giant balloon fitted with a new NASA telescope to spot black holes is set to take off this month.Scientists at the Washington University in St Louis and NASA's Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility (CSBF) in Texas will launch the balloon, inflated with high pressure helium, that will carry the X-Calibur telescope high into the atmosphere. #science #Nasa #Albert Einstein #Space #Theory of general relativity #Telescope #blackholes #X-Calibur
How Einstein's theory aided the discovery of a new planet

May 14, 2013

How Einstein's theory aided the discovery of a new planet

"Einstein's planet," formally known as Kepler-76b, is a "hot Jupiter" that orbits its star every 1.5 days. #Tech #didyouknow #science #Jupiter #Albert Einstein #exoplanet
Even 7000 light years away, Einstein's theory of general relativity holds up

Apr 26, 2013

Even 7000 light years away, Einstein's theory of general relativity holds up

Some 7,000 light years away, Einstein’s theory of general relativity has stood up to its most intense test yet, scientists said yesterday. #NewsTracker #Albert Einstein #Space #Theory of general relativity
Who helped Einstein with his famous equation 'E=mc2'?

Jan 27, 2013

Who helped Einstein with his famous equation 'E=mc2'?

A little known Austrian physicist may have contributed to Einstein's famous equation E=mc2, US scientists have claimed. #Albert Einstein #Physics #E=mc2 #Friedrich Hasenohrl