What are G Waves? | Origin of Gravitational Waves

G Waves

  What are G Waves?  We are talking about a representation of a turbulence in space-time that results from the existence of an accelerated massive body producing an expansion of energy in all directions at the speed of light. The occurrence of gravitational waves allows space-time to stretch without being able to return to its … Read more

World’s Largest Telescope

World's largest telescope

World’s largest telescope In the south of China, in Guizhou province, the world’s largest telescope was put into operation, the telescope called the Five Hundred Meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST).  Another name for the Tianyan Telescope, which means “heavenly eye” in Chinese.  The construction of the telescope began in 2011. In September 2016, scientists started … Read more

Earth Revolution Around The Sun

Earth Revolution Around The Sun

  Earth Revolution Around The Sun  Earth’s axis is an imaginary line that makes an angle of 66½° with its orbital surface. The plane formed by the orbital is called the orbital plane. Earth receives light from the Sun.  The size of the Earth is like a sphere, so only half of it receives sunlight … Read more

Milky Way And Andromeda Collision

Milky Way And Andromeda Collision

  Milky Way and Andromeda Collision  Galaxies represent the heart of our universe. These are huge clusters of stars and interstellar matter. His life is marked by disturbed bowel movements and frequent conflicts with others like him. This increases their size. The collision, in fact, prompts them to regroup themselves into new celestial clusters. This … Read more