Tag Archives: Physics

iyoutome – Pluto – Saturn- Galactic Center Alignment Jan. 12, 2020

There’s a major conjunction that has started. It will peak on January 12 2020 at 11:15 a.m. This conjunction is about Pluto Saturn and the Galactic Center. What you’re about to witness something that is undeniably true. You’ll have to open your mind and let this in. If you were here then you’re meant to… Read More »

Weekly Reads Wrapup with Stan Lee’s Zodiac Legacy, Simon Thorn, Snowman, and Slime Experiments

hi i’m jessica and i’m kira and we are The Keepers of the Books, your online librarians and we’re here with a weekly reads episode for you. My first book is Snowman: the True Story of a Champion by Catherine Hapka and it is adapted from the book by Rutherford Montgomery. I am not normally… Read More »

CareerLink | Department of Physics & Astronomy | B.S. Physics VS. B.A. Physics | V3

A B.S. in Physics has the same lower division set of courses, but the upper division is a little bit heavier on the Physics compared to the B.A. in Physics. If you compared the B.S. in Physics to the B.A. in Physics, you still have to take the same number of units, but the B.S.… Read More »

Have astronomers disproved the Big Bang?

If there’s a question that you guys never expected me to ever ask, it might be “have astronomers disproved the Big Bang?” And I understand why you might think that. After all, in my videos, I describe what scientists know about the most cutting-edge topics in physics research. So, perhaps I should be up front… Read More »

Why SpaceX Starlink is bad for Astronomy

What do you think of the Starlink program? (SpaceX) Starlink is one of the many Starlink is not the only one It’s just a beginning My big worry right now is space is the new frontier and almost everybody can send stuff in space and that’s out of control we have satellite in orbit quite… Read More »

Special Relativity – 60 Second Adventures in Astronomy (10/14)

60 Second Adventures in Astronomy. Number ten, Special Relativity. Does time fly when you’re having fun? In 1905 Albert Einstein introduced the theory of Special Relativity, which said that – if the speed of light is constant – then people must experience time differently. Which may sound impossible – but Richard Feynman later showed that… Read More »

Astronomers Find Vortex Around A Black Hole Spinning At 70% the Speed of Light

Black holes are going to kill you and everyone you love. Well, maybe. As one of the most powerful forces in the universe, black holes were originally believed to be a myth for centuries, and were only recently proven to in fact exist by modern science. Way back in 1687, Newton blew the mind of… Read More »

The Sun is White, Not Yellow… and 8 other Astronomy Facts

The Sun is White… and 8 other Astronomy Facts 1. The energy required to stop the Earth orbiting the sun is about 2.6478 × 10^33 joules or 7.3551 × 10^29 watt hours or 6.3285*10^17 megatons of TNT. For reference, the largest nuclear explosion ever detonated (the Tsar Bomba by the Soviet Union) produced 50 megatons… Read More »