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Astronomy

  • Higgs Vacuum Metastability - Overview Of Its Cosmological Aspects

    Higgs Vacuum Metastability - Overview Of Its Cosmological Aspects

    Higgs vacuum metastability may only be examined in the context of cosmology, considering the Universe's limited age.

  • Atmospheric River - Definition And Climatic Effects

    Atmospheric River - Definition And Climatic Effects

    Aspects of the movement of moisture in the atmosphere that are climatological and meteorological must be taken into account and studied by atmospheric scientists. To support studies into the origin of continental precipitation, it is especially crucial to review the conceptual models of moisture transport. The study of water vapor transfer in extratropical climates revolves around the concept of the atmospheric river (AR).

  • Atmospheric Science - The Biggest Challenges Surrounding It

    Atmospheric Science - The Biggest Challenges Surrounding It

    The study of the atmosphere's processes and connections to other systems, primarily the hydrosphere, cryosphere, lithosphere, biosphere, and outer space, is all included in the field of atmospheric science. As a result, it is a broad field, making it difficult to describe the key issues. Additionally, there is considerable overlap with some of the other major issues in the earth and environmental sciences.

  • Dark Energy - How Are Gravitational Waves Uses To Understand It?

    Dark Energy - How Are Gravitational Waves Uses To Understand It?

    Gravitational wave astronomy provides up new avenues for investigating gravity and dark energy.

  • Turbulence In Galactic Centers – Clues From New Data

    Turbulence In Galactic Centers – Clues From New Data

    One key mechanism that determines the interstellar medium's structure and development is turbulence. Turbulence in galactic centers exhibits many noteworthy departures from the star formation process seen at broader galactic radii.

  • Gravitational Waves – What Is Their Importance In The Universe And How They Are Disrupting Astronomy

    Gravitational Waves – What Is Their Importance In The Universe And How They Are Disrupting Astronomy

    Gravitational waves provide a novel way to investigate the nature of dark energy and gravity's basic features.

  • The Dark Caustic Theory - A Test Against Observations In The Milky Way

    The Dark Caustic Theory - A Test Against Observations In The Milky Way

    According to this theory, the Milky Way is made up of sheets of cold, collisionless dark matter particles with angular momentum that flow in and out. At the locations of closest approach to the Galactic center, these flows form caustic rings (where the density of the flow is formally infinite). A roughly logarithmic halo is produced by the dark caustic theory, with large perturbations near the rings.

  • Northern Hemisphere Temperature - How Sun Influenced Its Trends

    Northern Hemisphere Temperature - How Sun Influenced Its Trends

    It is critical to assess total solar irradiance since it influences northern hemisphere temperature trends.

  • White And Black Holes - Some Interesting Facts

    White And Black Holes - Some Interesting Facts

    Singularities exist in the centers of both white holes and black holes, when density becomes infinite and space-time bends endlessly.

  • Earth Minimoons - Facts And Opportunities

    Earth Minimoons - Facts And Opportunities

    Earth minimoons are natural satellites with very stable orbits around Earth that are not the Moon.

  • Why Is Astronomy In Chile So Important?

    Why Is Astronomy In Chile So Important?

    CONICYT launched the Astronomy Program in 2006 to position astronomy as a critical field for the growth of science in Chile and to transform Chile into a world astronomy power...

  • Gravity Wave Analogue Black Hole Spin Precession – A New Study Finds

    Gravity Wave Analogue Black Hole Spin Precession – A New Study Finds

    If the orbit of a stationary gyroscope gets smaller, the spin precession frequency would show weird things in the strong gravity area, and then it would become arbitrarily high very close to the horizon of a rotating black hole.

  • Moons And Life On Planets - Key To Understanding Life On Other Planets

    Moons And Life On Planets - Key To Understanding Life On Other Planets

    Only Earth is known to have life on it, despite the incredible variety of worlds in our solar system. On the other hand, other moons and planets reveal evidence of life.

  • Thermalization Of Radiation - A New Study Addresses The Issue

    Thermalization Of Radiation - A New Study Addresses The Issue

    The problem of the thermalization of radiation within a self-emitting hydrogen isothermal environment is the subject of many recent studies.

  • James Webb Space Telescope - Uncovering The Universe Since Big Bang

    James Webb Space Telescope - Uncovering The Universe Since Big Bang

    The $10 billion James Webb Space Observatory, NASA's largest and most powerful space research telescope, will investigate the cosmos to learn about the universe's history, from the Big Bang to the birth of alien planets and beyond.

  • Plasma Crystals And Scientific Research In Space

    Plasma Crystals And Scientific Research In Space

    Plasma crystal refers to the newly found ordered state that a colloidal plasma can take under particular conditions.

  • Solar Superflares Shock Scientists

    Solar Superflares Shock Scientists

    During solar superflares, the sun emits massive bursts of particles and radiation that can cause widespread devastation on Earth.

  • Herschel Aperture Detection Of Far Infrared Emitted By Hot Spot D In Cygnus A

    Herschel Aperture Detection Of Far Infrared Emitted By Hot Spot D In Cygnus A

    Far infrared emission from hot spot D in Cygnus A was detected by Herschel Aperture photometry of the source in 5 photometric bands covering the wavelength range of 70–350 micrometres.