Sunday, September 25, 2022


Artificial gravity offers partial protection for biology in space

This study is a step in the right direction to explore the protective effects of artificial gravity in space.

How do astronauts’ muscles and nervous responses respond to reduced gravity?

Researchers conduct a review and share an action plan for astronauts to prevent muscular atrophy during spaceflight.

Scientists remeasured gravitational constant

The new method offers great potential for testing one of the most fundamental laws of nature.

Why does the inside of the solar system not spin faster?

An old mystery has a possible new solution.

Using quantum computing to see what’s inside a black hole

Understanding holographic duality.

Gravitational action of Sun and Moon influence behavior of organisms

All organisms exhibit cyclical modulations in their activity levels, considering the need for an adaptation. Long-term and short-term cycles are thus predominant and are...

Watch stars move around the Milky Way’s supermassive black hole in deepest images yet

The European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope Interferometer (ESO’s VLTI) has obtained the deepest and sharpest images to date of the region around the...

NASA’s new animation that shows variations in Earth’s gravity field

GRACE global gravity animation.

Is gravity truly a quantum force?

Exploring quantum gravity—for whom the pendulum swings.

Evidence suggests moonquake or surface impact event

Mass Wasting: Klute Crater.

Astrophysicists reconstructed the first moments of the universe

The very first structures in the Universe.

Nearest star cluster to the Sun is being disrupted by our galaxy

Is the nearest star cluster to the Sun being destroyed?

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