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CosmosUp | January 27, 2022

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Why Gravitational Wave Discovery Matter?

February 19, 2016 |

Last week, a teeny, tiny, unimaginably small little blip made headlines everywhere. That blip was humanity’s first direct evidence of gravitational waves, and the whole world freaked out about it. Read More

Epochal: Scientists May Have Finally Found Einstein’s Gravitational Waves

February 10, 2016 |

An elite team of American astronomers may have finally proved the existence of the elusive gravitational waves, the ripples of space and time predicted by Albert Einstein 100 years ago, in 1916. Read More

What Is Antimatter? Why It Does Matter?

December 9, 2015 | 1

If it matters… it’s matter, but if you’re antimatter I guess you just don’t care about anything anymore. Matter is everything around us. It’s you, me, the tree, the rock, everywhere! Even the land, and the ship! Read More

Finally: Scienitsts Firms Up the Existence Of Cosmic Neutrinos

August 21, 2015 |

Researchers, running the IceCube Neutrino Observatory buried deep in the Antarctic ice, have collected more evidence to confirm the existence of the ‘high-energy astronomical messengers,’ neutrinos. Read More

Why Antimatter Is Missing? Scientists May Have Solved The Mystery

May 19, 2015 |

The discovery of a magnetic field oriented to the left could provide scientists with clue to explain a long-standing mystery, the dominance of matter over antimatter in the early universe. Read More

Freaky Physics Experiment Might Soon Tell Us If We’re Living In A 2D Hologram

April 28, 2015 |

There are many unanswered questions about the universe that keep scientists awake at night, theories like the birth, evolution, symmetries and consistency of the universe remain a puzzle for physicists. Read More

Scientists are Trying to Prove Existence of Parallel Universes With CERN’s LHC

March 25, 2015 |

After two years undergoing upgrades, the CERN Large Hadron Collider is gearing up for a new round of experiments, and things could get interesting this time. If scientists detect miniature black holes when using the Large Hadron Collider it could prove the existence of parallel universes and possibly disprove the Big Bang theory. Read More

Large Hadron Collider Ready to Push Physics Frontier

February 19, 2015 |

Two extraordinary events are underway in February in science and technology, the first in quantum physics and the other in computer security. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN will be brought back online next month to face its next challenge, to seek evidence confirming the validity of extensions to the Standard Model of physics in general, and the ominously-named ‘dark matter’, in particular. Read More

Massive Radio Signals from Space Caught in the Act

January 19, 2015 | 5

A gigantic but fleeting burst of radio waves has been caught in the act for the first time, helping to narrow down the vast array of things that might cause them. Figuring out what these fast radio bursts – sometimes called blitzars – are or where they come from could help answer some of the biggest cosmological questions. Read More

Interesting Facts about Dark Matter

December 3, 2014 | 1

Dark matter is something that an astronomer or scientist cannot observe through ordinary telescopes. It does not emit or absorb light, and is considered responsible for holding all the normal matter in the universe together. Normal matter is something which can be observed and recorded through available means of technology. This article lists some very interesting facts about dark matter. Read More


5 Mind-Bending Physics Facts

November 12, 2014 |

Physics is weird. There is no denying that. Particles that don’t exist except as probabilities; time that changes according to how fast you’re moving; cats that are both alive and dead until you open a box. We’ve put together a collection of 5 of the strangest facts we can find. If you feel we’ve missed any of your favourite physics weirdnesses off the list, do tell us that as well. Read More

Higgs Boson Particle may not Exist, Claim Researchers

November 9, 2014 | 5

When CERN announced last year that they had discovered the Higgs Boson they captured the public’s’ imagination. With it’s monumental nickname as the “God Particle,” and its impressive origins, CERN had found the particle by smashing together tiny particles in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the Higgs Boson became a particle physics celebrity. Read More

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