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When neutron stars collide ✨ they produce an explosion 🤯😱called a Kilanova! This monster explosion 💥 shakes the fabric of space producing gravity waves 🌊 , gold, platinum, and uranium. 👩🏼‍🔬 Ejecting matter much faster than a Supernova at 60,000 km/s! 💁🏼‍♀️
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When neutron stars collide ✨ they produce an explosion 🤯😱called a Kilanova! This monster explosion 💥 shakes the fabric of space producing gravity waves 🌊 , gold, platinum, and uranium. 👩🏼‍🔬 Ejecting matter much faster than a Supernova at 60,000 km/s! 💁🏼‍♀️ #science  #physics  #chemistry  #biology  #sciences #mechrec  #tech  #sciencerules  #sciencerocks #scienceiscool  #educational  #physicsfun #chemistrylab  #lab  #sciencelab  #sciencestudent #sciencefun  #sciencelife  #scienceexperiment #experiment  #scienceteacher  #scienceisfun  #learn #mechanical  #electrical  #engineering

⚛️ A key aspect of Einstein’s general theory of relativity (GR) has been tested using the strongest gravitational field so far.  The measurement was made by observing changes in optical absorption lines of a star orbiting close to Sagittarius A* – the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way.
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The work was done by physicists working on the GRAVITY Collaboration, which uses the Very Large Telescope at the European Southern Observatory in Chile. Since it was first proposed in 1915, GR has stood firm against every experimental challenge that physicists have come up with. Many of these tests have focused on an important tenet of GR called the Einstein equivalence principle (EEP). Detecting a breakdown of the EEP could point towards new physics beyond GR and could provide important clues about how to develop a quantum theory of gravity.
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For full article please follow this link : https://physicsworld.com/a/einsteins-general-theory-of-relativity-passes-a-supermassive-test/
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Credit : PhysicsWorld ( Physics Magazine )
Image credit : Heart of the matter : Sagittarius A* as seen by the Chandra X-ray observatory. (Courtesy: NASA (@nasa ) /CXC/MIT/F K Baganoff et al.)
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⚛️ A key aspect of Einstein’s general theory of relativity (GR) has been tested using the strongest gravitational field so far.  The measurement was made by observing changes in optical absorption lines of a star orbiting close to Sagittarius A* – the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way. The work was done by physicists working on the GRAVITY Collaboration, which uses the Very Large Telescope at the European Southern Observatory in Chile. Since it was first proposed in 1915, GR has stood firm against every experimental challenge that physicists have come up with. Many of these tests have focused on an important tenet of GR called the Einstein equivalence principle (EEP). Detecting a breakdown of the EEP could point towards new physics beyond GR and could provide important clues about how to develop a quantum theory of gravity. For full article please follow this link :

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⚛️ Here comes a drunk man with a bottle of beer, concrete blocks and demonstrates some Physics! 😍 😂 🙏 .
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⚛️ Here comes a drunk man with a bottle of beer, concrete blocks and demonstrates some Physics! 😍 😂 🙏 . . . Credit : @civilengineeringdiscoveries / / @construcaocivil / / @civilengineeringdiscoveries / / @engineeringtech

Really cool telescope in our dome on the roof. There are even a few nifty ones in the background too - a dobsonian on the left and some coronado h-alpha telescopes on the right. Hopefully we can grab some nice photos from them soon! #goodscience #science #schoolofphysics #physics #physicsfun #telescope #dobsonian #sydney #astro #astronomy #space
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Really cool telescope in our dome on the roof. There are even a few nifty ones in the background too - a dobsonian on the left and some coronado h-alpha telescopes on the right. Hopefully we can grab some nice photos from them soon! #goodscience #science #schoolofphysics #physics #physicsfun #telescope #dobsonian #sydney #astro #astronomy #space

⚛️ Antimatter is a strange beast. Physicists believe that for every particle that exists in our universe, there is an antiparticle which is identical but has the opposite charge. But when antimatter meets matter, both particles are annihilated in a flash of energy. This leads to a tricky conundrum: if matter and antimatter were both produced in equal amounts by the Big Bang, why is there so much matter around us today, and so little antimatter?
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➡️ Antimatter does occur naturally in radioactive processes, such as when Potassium-40 decays. Even “your average banana (which contains Potassium) emits a positron every 75 minutes.” But overall, there is much more matter in the universe than antimatter.
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A new experiment at @cern may hold the answer to this decades-long puzzle. Experiments have shown that particles like mesons, which consist of one quark & one anti-quark, can spontaneously turn into anti-mesons, and visa versa — but this process happens more in one direction than the other. Anti-quarks are more likely to turn into quarks than quarks are to turn into anti-quarks, which physicists refer to as a CP (Charge - Parity) violation. Over time, this means more matter accrues in the universe.
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For full article please follow this link : https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/cern-antimatter-charm-quarks/?amp
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⚛️ Antimatter is a strange beast. Physicists believe that for every particle that exists in our universe, there is an antiparticle which is identical but has the opposite charge. But when antimatter meets matter, both particles are annihilated in a flash of energy. This leads to a tricky conundrum: if matter and antimatter were both produced in equal amounts by the Big Bang, why is there so much matter around us today, and so little antimatter? ➡️ Antimatter does occur naturally in radioactive processes, such as when Potassium-40 decays. Even “your average banana (which contains Potassium) emits a positron every 75 minutes.” But overall, there is much more matter in the universe than antimatter. A new experiment at @cern may hold the answer to this decades-long puzzle. Experiments have shown that particles like mesons, which consist of one quark & one anti-quark, can spontaneously turn into anti-mesons, and visa versa — but this process

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What's a slinky got to do with science learning? Well you better register for our next free online #pld webinar PHYSICS MADE SIMPLE: Waves! And AND you could win a $279 Sitech Pocketlab Voyager just for attending too! https://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/events/884-slh-physics-made-simple-waves 📷: Kitch Bain/123RF Ltd #stemeducation #scienceeducation #physicsforkids #physicsfun

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Two 15 storey buildings landing simultaneously on Earth after a trip to space never ever gets boring 💞😍🚀 #iss
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