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How to measure gravitational waves? LIGO!

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Posted in 6. Nuclear, Quantum, Modern Physics, space

Gravitational waves, what are they?

 

Posted in 6. Nuclear, Quantum, Modern Physics, space

Seeing One Day Pass on Earth from Space Is Beyond Stunning

Source: Seeing One Day Pass on Earth from Space Is Beyond Stunning Nice to see the reflection of the sun on the surface of the earth

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New Planet? Planetnine (planet9) not Pluto.

According to scientists  K. Batygin and M. E. Brown there is a ninth planet in our solar system and it’s not Puto. These guys  observed strange movements of objects (comety and rocky things) in the solar system beyond the range of Pluto (Kuyper Belt)

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Supermoon, blood moon, lunar eclipse. So , what it and what does it all mean?

Super moon, blood moon, total lunar eclipse? Sign of mishap to come or just a regular phenomena? (that is if you think once every 18 years is regular) This short NASA video explains it all.

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How far to the sun: measurement in our Solar system

We often hear that the light of the Sun takes 8,3 minutes to reach the Earth. But how do we know the exact distance between the sun and the planets? This video explains about our solar system and ways of

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Dropping hammer and feather on the moon: Nasa Apollo 15 mission (LM Falcon)

Hammer and feather are being dropped during the Apollo 15 mission in July / August 1971. The feather is a falcon feather, appropriately chosen as the name of the Lunar Module also was Falcon. Video shows the drop in the atmosphere absence

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