Black Hole explanation Black hole is a place in the space where is a great amount of matter is packedRead more
What is thermodynamics? A branch of physics which deals the relationship between heat and the other forms of Energy. InRead more
We can go in future using The Special Theory of Relativity. Einstein tell about time dilation in his theory. If you move at near the speed of light (300,000 km/s) then you can go in future. At this speed, time would go slow for you than other people who is on the earth and time would go fast for people than you.Read more
Andromeda galaxy is the nearest galaxy to our galaxy Milky Way. It is a spiral galaxy. It is known also Messier31, M31 and NGC224. Its old name was Great Andromeda Nebula.
German astronomer Simon Marius give first description about Andromeda Galaxy in 15 December 1612 which based on telescopic observation.Read more
Time is a measurement between events or moments. It is a measurement of progress of existence and events from past to future through present.
Time is a fundamental part of the universe and it is a fundamental physical quantity. Time is referred to fourth dimension along 3 spatial dimensionRead more
The milky way is a galaxy which contains our solar system. Milky way contains a dim glowing band arching across the night sky, so it’s name is ‘milky’. Milky way is a barred spiral galaxy. It’s diameter is approximately 1,00,000 – 1,20,000 light years long.Read more
Kepler gives three scientific laws about the motion of the planets around the Sun. Kepler’s law is the part of the Modern Astronomy and Physics.
Johannes Kepler published his firs two laws in 1609 and his third law in 1619.Read more
The earth, along with the sun and the remaining planets of our solar system, originated around 4.8 billion years ago from dust particles, which agglomerated gradually. At that time, the young earth was bombarded by countless meteorites from space.Read more
The solar system is the gravitationally bound system where objects orbit arround the sun, directly or indirectly. Directly like the planets and indirectly like the moons.Read more