Is the Universe a 2D Hologram?
Is the Universe a 2D Hologram?

A new experiment has been recently launched that may soon be able to provide proof regarding whether the universe is a 2D Hologram or not.

Fluorine in toothpaste came from sun`s dead ancestors!

The fluorine in your toothpaste was likely formed billions of years ago in now dead stars of the same type as our sun, astronomers said.

Electric Sparks may have changed nature of moon`s soil

A new study has revealed that electric sparking might have altered the nature of lunar soil in its coldest craters.

Interstellar dust grains may explain origin of solar system

Scientists are hopeful that the interstellar dust grains gathered by the NASA Stardust spacecraft and brought back to Earth will help in better understanding the complexities of the solar system`s formation.

Comet dust more complex in composition, structure

In the first analysis of space dust sent to earth by NASA`s Stardust mission, physicists suggest that the tiny specks, which likely originated from beyond our solar system, are more complex in composition and structure than previously imagined.

Radio waves may find exomoons

In renewed hope of finding life outside our solar system, physicists say that following a trail of radio wave emissions may lead them to discover exomoons harbouring life.

`One-of-a-kind` meteorite unveils violent past of Earth`s solar system

A volcanic meteorite recovered in Western Australia has helped researchers uncover the fierce past Earth`s solar system.

Unraveling mystery of sun`s birth comes closer to reality

Scientists have made progress in finding out how the sun was born.

Giant asteroids` `smashing impact` helped evolution on Earth

A new study has found that giant asteroids` smashing the Earth`s surface around 4 to 4.5 billion years ago, actually helped in its growth.

World`s largest laser re-creates giant planets` conditions in lab for first time

Scientists have experimentally re-created the conditions that endure deep inside the giant planets like Jupiter, Uranus and many of the planets recently discovered outside our solar system with the help of very powerful laser.

Conditions deep inside giant planets recreated in lab

In what could lead to better understanding of how giant planets form, researchers have experimentally recreated the conditions that exist deep inside giant planets, such as Jupiter, Uranus and many other planets recently discovered outside the solar system.

Venus` atmospheric waves decoded for the first time

A new research has identified the nature of atmospheric waves of the planet Venus for the first time.

Planet Mercury result of early hit-and-run collisions

Mercury and other unusually metal-rich objects in the solar system may be relics left behind by hit-and-run collisions in the early solar system, scientists say.

Earth, Moon may be now 60 million years older than thought

Scientists have finally unlocked the mystery of when did our planet evolve.

Newly discovered 715 exoplanets hints at worlds similar to our own

A team lead of astronomers at the SETI Institute and NASA Ames Research Center have used data from NASA`s Kepler space telescope to uncover 715 new exoplanets.

Star set to swallow two exoplanets in 130 million and 155 million years

Astronomers have said that the planets Kepler-56b and Kepler-56c are going to be swallowed by their star in a short time by astronomical standards.

New findings poke holes in Black Hole `Doughnut` theory

A team of astronomers using NASA`s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) to survey more than 170,000 supermassive black holes have now decided to re-examine a decades-old theory about the varying appearances of these interstellar objects.

Are exoplanets mimicking signs of life when there is none?

Are astronomers being fooled by signs of life on exoplanets? This may well be the case if we believe a significant research, suggesting that the search for life on planets outside our solar system may be more difficult than previously thought.

Researchers find first evidence of a possible `exomoon`

According to a new research funded by NASA, astronomers have found in the far world first signs of what could be an “exomoon”.

New study suggests formation of Moon dates back to 4.47 billion years

In a new research, scientists have estimated the birth date of Moon to 4.470 billion years. It means that our planet`s only natural satellite was formed some 4.470 billion years, nearly 100 million years after the start of the solar system.