British-based scientists have recreated the conditions around black holes using a water bath, shedding new light on the extraction of energy from the astronomical phenomenon. Matthew Stock reports. Continue reading
Happy Birthday Hubble! NASA celebrates twenty five years of the Hubble Space telescope.
SUWON, SOUTH KOREA (REUTERS/SUNGYUNGKWAN UNIVERSITY)- Wearable technology is said to be the future.
But how to keep devices charged could be a problem.
Now South Korean researchers say they have a solution – a ‘smart’ fabric that generates electricity.
Scientists at Europe’s physics research centre CERN restart their “Big Bang” Large Hadron Collider after a two-year hiatus.
CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator, is scheduled to restart this weekend after a two-year hiatus.
Polish company tests a non-Newtonian liquid for implementation in body armour.
Construction of the world’s largest and most powerful observatory designed to detect and analyze gamma rays has been completed in Mexico. Gamma ray particles are considered the most energetic in the universe and scientists hope to use the observatory to learn more about the supernovas and black holes that produce them. Ben Gruber reports.
(Next Media) – The discovery of a giant black hole which is growing faster than usual challenges our current theories of black hole expansion.
(IVO)- A twisting solar flare erupting into space……just one of many captivating images taken by the Solar Dynamics Observatory during its five years in space.
To mark the milestone, NASA has released a veritable ‘greatest hits package’ of the sun’s activity.