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May 27, 2019
CERN travelling science exhibit comes to India: Here's when and where you can catch itWhile in India, the CERN exhibit will be bilingual — in English and Hindi — for the benefit of the general public.
May 07, 2019
Gravitational waves have been detected, scientists unsure where they're fromScientists think it might have originated from a neutron star merger 500 million light-years from Earth.
May 06, 2019
Gravitational ripples from neutron star falling into black hole picked up by LIGONeutron stars collide & a black hole eats up a neutron star, all in a day's work for science.
Apr 24, 2019
How a siege in 18th-century British-occupied Calcutta gave us the term 'black hole'While Einstein is credited with its discovery, the term 'black hole' has an interesting origin story of its own.
Jan 05, 2019
Quacks and pseudoscientists at ISC 2019 thrash Newton, Einstein and Abdul KalamApparently, Kauravas were test tube babies & gravitational waves are actually 'Narendra Modi waves'.
Dec 03, 2018
New theory says build up of pain waves from dying animals can cause quakes: Geologists will laugh, but hypothesis holds weightThe theory published in a book says that pain waves originating from animals being slaughtered can lead to a similar destructive outcome such as an earthquake.
Aug 08, 2018
'Hydraulic jump' observed by Leonardo da Vinci finally finds an explanationThe study eliminates gravity waves, proposing capillary waves as the force causing hydraulic jumps
Jul 12, 2018
Gravitational waves could quantify the rate at which our universe is expandingEmitted gravitational waves could provide independent and precise measurement distance
Apr 15, 2018
Particle physics seems to have ceded the glamour and excitement of new discoveries to astrophysicsAstrophysicists recently announced the discovery of an ancient collection of stars 9,700 light years away from Earth with an age of 13.2 billion years
Apr 05, 2018
India should set up astronomical observatory in Antarctica says director of the IUCAAThe absence of water vapour and thin atmosphere of Antarctica make it an ideal place for astronomy, especially when observing IR and microwave radiations.