The Earth spun faster in 2020

You didn’t realize it, but July 19, 2020 was perhaps the shortest day of your existence! On that date and on 27 other occasions last year, the Earth broke the daily rotational speed record it set in 2005. Even Earth wanted 2020 to end ASAP. It turned faster in 2020 than since the start of theLire la suite « The Earth spun faster in 2020 »

« TOI 700 d »A PLANET SIMILAR TO EARTH DISCOVERED … ONLY 100 LIGHT YEARS AWAY

At the scale of the galaxy, one could almost say that it is the next door. « TOI 700 d », a planet similar to Earth, has been detected « only » 100 light years away from us. This observation is the first carried out by NASA’s “planet hunter”, the TESS (“Transiting Exoplant Survey Satellite”) space telescope. Its radars have locatedLire la suite « « TOI 700 d »A PLANET SIMILAR TO EARTH DISCOVERED … ONLY 100 LIGHT YEARS AWAY »

Giant black hole disappears from radar and worries NASA

A supermassive black hole that weighs between 3 and 100 billion times the mass of the sun is out of place and is causing concern among astronomers. It should logically be in a galaxy located at the heart of the Abell 2261 galaxy cluster, 2.7 billion light years from Earth. However, no trace of this supermassive black hole has beenLire la suite « Giant black hole disappears from radar and worries NASA »

Reasons for the Great Silence

In recent years there has been an increase in interest in SETI (the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence).  SETI now has its own telescope, an array of 42 separate radio dishes known as the Allen Telescope Array.   The Allen Telescope Array In 2016 the Breakthrough Listen programme started and is expected to run for tenLire la suite « Reasons for the Great Silence »

Astronomical phenomenon to occur for the first time since the Middle Ages on December 21

Jupiter and Saturn will appear from Earth closer to each other than they have been since the Middle Ages on the evening of December 21. The two large planets of our solar system, Jupiter and Saturn will give us a show on December 21 by appearing next to each other for the first time sinceLire la suite « Astronomical phenomenon to occur for the first time since the Middle Ages on December 21 »

Planets with many neighbors may be the best places to look for life

Single exoplanets with wild orbits hint at a chaotic past Planetary families with lots of siblings, like the TRAPPIST-1 exoplanet system shown in this illustration, tend to have more circular orbits than singleton worlds. That could mean they’re better places to look for life. JPL-CALTECH/NASA Share this: Facebook Twitter Pocket Reddit Print Email By LisaLire la suite « Planets with many neighbors may be the best places to look for life »

Why does time pass more slowly in space than on Earth?

This photo above disturbed my brain , I had to work 2 days to discover it I even missed my favorite teacher in history (Ghandi). to discover this mystery I had several choices either to go to my big brother Google who helped me on Monday to find the first question in semiology, and the theory ofLire la suite « Why does time pass more slowly in space than on Earth? »

The discovery of water on the Moon

The American space agency has announced that it has formal proof of the presence of water on the surface of the Moon. A discovery likely to facilitate the possible installation of lunar space bases. For the 1st time, molecular water was discovered on a sunlit surface of the Moon, suggesting water may not be limited toLire la suite « The discovery of water on the Moon »

ACCORDING TO THE NEW NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS,ANOTHER UNIVERSE EXISTED BEFORE OURS

Awarded the last Nobel Prize in physics for his work on black holes, the British Roger Penrose defends a revolutionary theory on our universe. According to this eminent scientist and mathematician, the universe in which we evolve would not be the first, nor the last for that matter. Asked by the British daily The Telegraph, SirLire la suite « ACCORDING TO THE NEW NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS,ANOTHER UNIVERSE EXISTED BEFORE OURS »

True or fake: is an asteroid threatening the Earth?

It’s a theory that’s starting to catch on. The asteroid VP1 2018 could meet Earth, but does not represent a real danger. It is a noise that travels and even reaches the ears of the youngest. Will an asteroid collide with Earth? Technically, it is possible. The 2018 VP1, traveling at 125,000 km / h, has a 0.41% chance of crossingLire la suite « True or fake: is an asteroid threatening the Earth? »

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