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Great Moments in Science History

There are many great moments in science history that a good science teacher would know about, like Galileo’s discovery of his Law of Falling Bodies, or Faraday’s discovery of Electromagnetic Induction. 458 more words


The Sagan Perspective

If you’ve one foot in sea and one on shore
Or asking the question: to be or not to be?
Or at the mouth of two diverged roads in a yellow wood… 33 more words


LIGO Detects Gravitational waves from Merging Block Holes

Picture Credits: NASA App

Gravitational radiation has been directly detected. The first-ever detection was made by both facilities of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) in  154 more words


Here it comes!

I can  feel the black hole coming to suck me in. Despite a gradual increase of my medication over the last 6 weeks, still it’s there hiding in the shadows, calling to me. 21 more words

Black Hole On Earth

What is Black Hole?

Black Hole is an object with such a strong gravity that nothing could escape from it such that light.Its mass is concentrated in a point having almost infinite density that point is called a singularity.Near the singularity gravity has almost infinitely strong influence. 104 more words

Black Hole

Einstein Was Right #Einstein #GravitationalWaves #science #physics #EinsteinWasRight #GravityWaves

Over a billion years ago, two black holes that had been orbiting each other smashed together. Ripples in space-time from the collision reached Earth. Specifically, the waves reached a pair of giant interferometers in the United States, located in Louisiana and Washington state. 243 more words

Neat Science News

Einstein's gravitational waves detected by scientists

A bird’s eye view of Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) Hanford laboratory’s laser and vacuum equipment area (LVEA) which houses the pre-stabilized laser, beam splitter, input test masses, and other equipment near Hanford, Washington is shown in this June 26, 2014 photo released by Caltech/MIT/LIGO Laboratory on February 8, 2016. 504 more words