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NASA’s Swift satellite first observed a star explosion in April 2009. It turns out that this gamma-ray burst came from a star that exploded about 13 billion years ago, the furthest that astronomers have looked back at the early beginnings of our universe.

Published in Space
It is well known in science that three forces'”electromagnetic, strong, and weak'”govern the microscopic world of elementary particles. However, the reason why any of these forces exist in the first place is a question that is seldom asked and has never been satisfactorily answered. The theory called "Predictive Cosmology" claims to state the reason and provides the answer through mμ/me = 206.768 283. Could this be a breakthrough in theoretical physics?

Published in Energy
Friday, 15 May 2009 18:40

Herschel and Planck join Hubble in space

An Ariane rocket blasted off from French Guiana carrying the Herschel Space Observatory and the Planck Observatory. They are set to explore the early formation of our Universe and help us better explain our very existence. A soon-to-be rejuvenated Hubble Space Telescope will do likewise.

Published in Space




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