An international collaboration recently measured the central density of white dwarf just before exploding as a so-called Type Ia supernova. Using data obtained from the… Read More »First Time White Dwarf Central Density Measured By Scientists
Radioactive dust deep beneath the ocean waves suggests that our planet (earth) is moving through a huge cloud left behind by an exploded star. Continuously,… Read More »Our Planet Is Travelling Through The Debris Of An Ancient Supernovae
The researchers at Cosmic Dawn Center found that the measurements of velocity used for determining the expansion-rate of the Universe might not be reliable. As… Read More »Expansion Rate Of Universe Measured By Focusing On Velocity
A top goal in cosmology is to exactly measure the entire amount of matter in universe, a difficult exercise for even the foremost mathematically proficient.… Read More »Scientists Precisely Measure Total Amount Of Matter In The Universe
Scientists Found The Centre Of The Solar System, And It Isn’t Where You Think That When we consider Earth and its neighboring Planets orbiting around… Read More »Solar System Centre Isn’t Sun, Proved Wrong!