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LIGO India will 'refine the physics' of gravitational waves detection, exploration of universe: LHO's Fred Raab

LIGO India will 'refine the physics' of gravitational waves detection, exploration of universe: LHO's Fred Raab

As India is getting ready to set up the world's third advanced LIGO observatory, Fred Raab, an official of the international collaboration, said he expected Indian scientists and researchers to play a crucial role in the LIGO research that seeks to give us a deeper understanding of the universe by tracking the gravitational waves.

How many galaxies exist in the universe? Study says two trillion!

How many galaxies exist in the universe? Study says two trillion!

This painstaking research enabled the team to establish how many galaxies we have missed - much like an intergalactic archaeological dig, researchers said.

Hubble spots beautiful spiral galaxy that presents an interesting puzzle – See pic!

Hubble spots beautiful spiral galaxy that presents an interesting puzzle – See pic!

The galaxy, which is known as RX J1140.1+0307 and is in the Virgo constellation, presents an interesting puzzle. 

 Scientists discover dark matter lost since birth of universe

Scientists discover dark matter lost since birth of universe

Scientists, for the first time, have been able to measure the amount of dark matter the Universe has lost since the Big Bang some 13.7 billion years ago.

Is the universe dying? Galaxy energy levels less than half compared to two billion years ago!

Is the universe dying? Galaxy energy levels less than half compared to two billion years ago!

The Universe will decline from here on in, sliding gently into old age.

Parallel universes are a reality, claim scientists

Parallel universes are a reality, claim scientists

According to a new theory, the idea of parallel universes is a more than just science fiction. 

Physicists challenge Einstein's view on speed of light

Physicists challenge Einstein's view on speed of light

One of greatest scientists ever, Albert Einstein belived that the speed of light was constant in a vacuum. 

Humans will not survive another 1,000 years on Earth: Hawking

Humans will not survive another 1,000 years on Earth: Hawking

Humanity will not survive another 1,000 years on Earth unless the human race finds another planet to live on, one of the world's best-known physicists Stephen Hawking has warned.

Universe far away from expanding at accelerating rate, says study

Universe far away from expanding at accelerating rate, says study

Challenging a standard cosmological concept, a team of researchers led by an Indian-origin scientist has found that the universe may not actually be expanding at an accelerating pace as was previously believed.

Truth unfurled: Universe contains 20 times more galaxies than thought

Truth unfurled: Universe contains 20 times more galaxies than thought

The study reveals that universe has a staggering two trillion galaxies, which makes the count 20 times more than previously thought, say researchers.

Astronomers spot most distant newborn galaxy cluster ever

Astronomers spot most distant newborn galaxy cluster ever

Astronomers have created a new record by spotting the most distant galaxy cluster ever utilising data from NASAs Chandra X-ray observatory and other telescopes.

World's most sensitive detector 'LUX' finds no dark matter

World's most sensitive detector 'LUX' finds no dark matter

The Large Underground Xenon (LUX), world’s most sensitive particle detector, has failed to yield any evidence of dark matter. 

'Big Bounce' behind birth of universe?

'Big Bounce' behind birth of universe?

The universe is currently expanding and it is believed to have burst into existence from a point of infinitely dense and hot material, an event dubbed as the Big Bang.

Discovery of 'wind nebula' opens new window into magnetar

Discovery of 'wind nebula' opens new window into magnetar

A neutron star is the crushed core of a massive star that ran out of fuel, collapsed under its own weight, and exploded as a supernova. 

Universe is expanding 5-9% faster than thought!

Universe is expanding 5-9% faster than thought!

This surprising finding may be an important clue to understanding those mysterious parts of the universe that make up 95 per cent of everything and don't emit light, such as dark energy, dark matter and dark radiation.

Entire universe explained in 4 minutes - Watch video!

Entire universe explained in 4 minutes - Watch video!

Parody education channel Exurb1a humorously explains the entire universe in just 4 minutes.

Scientists find three Earth-sized planets orbiting dwarf star

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Gravitational waves 'sixth sense' to understand universe: US-based Indian researchers

Gravitational waves 'sixth sense' to understand universe: US-based Indian researchers

The gravitational waves were detected on September 14, 2015, by both of the twin LIGO detectors, located in Livingston, Louisiana, and Hanford, Washington.

See pic – Amazing snapshot of colliding galaxies from Hubble Space Telescope!

See pic – Amazing snapshot of colliding galaxies from Hubble Space Telescope!

This multi-colored haze actually marks the site of two colliding galaxy clusters, forming a single object known as MACS J0416.1-2403.

Newly-found brightest galaxies are `outrageously luminous`

Newly-found brightest galaxies are `outrageously luminous`

Big Bang and microwave background for this work. They estimate that the newly observed galaxies they identified are about 10 billion years old and were formed only about 4 billion years after the Big Bang.