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We were all impressed with the dramatic trailer for Gravity , with George Clooney weathering an explosion on an orbiting space station and Sandra Bullock spinning off into the void of space...There are other space crises, though, that will never get
Gravitational waves represent one of the missing pieces of Einstein's theory of general relativity, according to University of Nevada, Reno physics assistant professor Andrew Geraci. "While there is a global effort already out there to find
Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass," which has been validated and published in the peer review journal, Physical Review and Research International . This paper discusses Haramein's "Connected Universe" theory, which offers a new and alternative
7 May 2013 A group of 12 'pillownauts' are taking part in a scientific bed study during which they must spend a total of nine weeks lying at a six-degree angle below the horizontal. Lying at this precise angle has the same affect on the human body as
Space adaptation syndrome (SAS) or space sickness affects around half of astronauts and is caused by zero gravity, weightlessness, and other changes in G-forces...The brain then starts to adapt. 'Space sickness relieves itself after about 3 days,
ESA This image shows the Hubble Space Telescope's view of Supernova UDS10Wil more than 10 billion years ago. A pair of stars orbiting each other nearly 7,000 light years from Earth have provided more evidence that Albert Einstein's theory of general
The most massive neutron star known and its tightly orbiting companion, a wimp of a white-dwarf, have provided one of the most extreme tests yet of Einstein's theory of general relativity.
This particular trick was discovered 90 ago, but still is being investigated today. Take a look at the weird phenomenon known in which gravitational force, and possibly an exoplanet, gives a star a dark stripe around its middle. Stars, with their
Many people have heard the story of when Newton sat under an apple tree to think, and suddenly an apple fell on his head and he conceived the theory of gravity. But after a long time, physicists knew gravity was a very strange physical law.
The plaintiff, a privately held footwear company named Gravity Defyer, is claiming Under Armour purposefully named select new styles of shoes to sound similar to its own trademarked G Defy line of products. As a result, the company says consumers are