Pulsars may be churning out small reserves of antimatter. We live in a universe dominated by normal matter. This wasn’t always true — right after the Big Bang, in fact, nearly equal amounts of matter and antimatter were created, and then soon afterwards destroyed as they annihilated each other. But because the amounts of matter […]Read more "Do Pulsars Create Antimatter ?"
Rise of the Super Telescopes: The Large Synoptic TelescopesWe humans have an insatiable hunger to understand the Universe. As Carl Sagan said, “Understanding is Ecstasy.” But to understand the Universe, we need better and better ways to observe it. And that means one thing: big, huge, enormous telescopes. Check out Astronomy Emporium In this series […]Read more "What are Super Telescopes ?"
A little paragraph from Astronomy Emporium by Lee Shephard. Light can travel 6 Trillion Miles in a single year. The Quasars described in this post are 1.6 Billion miles across !!! It really is hard to get your head around those kinds of parameters The Largest object in the Universe ever found. Astronomers have found […]Read more "What are the Largest objects in the Universe ever found?"
Colossal Ring of Galaxies –“Largest Object in the Universe Spans 5 Billion Light Years”Dnews-files-2015-08-cosmic-structure-670×440-150804-jpg Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are the most luminous events in the universe, releasing as much energy in a few seconds as the Sun does over its 10 billion year lifetime. They are thought to be the result of massive stars collapsing into […]Read more "What is The Largest Thing in The Universe ?"
Humans to Mars. A fascinating insight into what could happen to our physical and mental state on long Space journeys. Lee Shephard Astronomy Emporium by Katherine Hobson Published Mar. 3, 2017 It’s hard to anticipate every health problem […]Read more "Are there any Dangers of sending Humans to Mars ?"