As you know the highest mountain in our Solar System is on the planet Mars which is called Olympus Mons. But today we will introduce you top 10 tallest mountains according to their heights.
Scientists from the Australian National University (ANU) have detected the largest black hole collision between two black holes. It is supposed to have formed a…View More Scientists Have Discovered Largest Black Hole Collision
Scientific news has reported that final paper of Stephen Hawking has been published. The work is about whether information can be retrieved from a black hole or whether it is lost forever, better to say what happens to information when objects fall into black holes.View More Final Paper of Stephen Hawking Has Been Published
Black holes are celestial objects which are so dense, that not even light can escape they intense gravitational pull. Their gravity is not sufficient to overpower the atomic and nuclear forces of their interiors, which resist compression. But in more massive objects, gravity ultimately wins. This phenomenon occurs when a dying stars runs out of fuel and collapses under the weight of their own gravity. According to scientists, there might be three types of black holes : stellar, supermassive, and miniature black holes – depending on their mass. Astronomers can measure the mass of black holes by studying the material that orbits around them.View More Birth of the Black Holes
The universe’s expansion is accelerating, an observation that prompted astronomers to invoke an unknown entity called dark energy to explain it, has been further confirmed by new measurements. Scientists have used cosmic magnifying glasses called gravitational lenses to observe super-bright distant galaxies, giving a measure of how quickly the universe is blowing up like a giant balloon. They found, in agreement with previous measurements, that the universe’s expansion is indeed speeding up over time.View More The Universe Expansion is Accelerating
New video of Jupiter are the first to catch an invisible wave shaking up Jupiter’s jet streams, an interaction that also takes place in Earth’s atmosphere and influences the weather. The video, made from images taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft when it flew by Jupiter in 2000, are part of an in-depth study conducted by a team of scientists and amateur astronomers led by Amy Simon-Miller at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md..View More Jupiter’s New Video Reveals Invisible Jet Stream Waves
A team of American and Spanish astronomers led by Warren Brown from Harvard University in the United States found two white dwarf that form a binary system J0651, at a distance of 3.26 thousand light-years from Earth, and that should be a powerful source of gravitational waves. One of the stars of J0651 is with the size of Neptune and the mass of a quarter of a solar mass, the second is with the size of the Earth and the solar mass in the half.View More Ideal Source of Ggravitational Waves
NASA’s Gravity Probe B (GP-B) mission has confirmed two key predictions from Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity, which the spacecraft was designed to test.View More Albert Einsteins Space Time Theories are True