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A blog about some of the exciting studies, research and discoveries of today. All this explained avoiding the technical jargons.
Robots fascinate all of us. While few robots are just fun toys many other robots can perform many complex tasks for us. In past decade the field of robotics has advanced by leaps and bounces making robots smarter and smarter. We have created robots, which can explore terrains- terrestrial as well as extra-terrestrial-, where even humans haven't reached. To traverse a terrain with obstacles ... Read more »
Recent observations using Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and the Spitzer space telescope of NASA, revealed a view of the farthest galaxy we have ever spotted. This discovery is an incredible example of how advanced telescopes like HST and Spitzer combined with advanced data analysis and modeling techniques in astrophysics can stretch our limits of observing farther and in distant past of our cosmos. Here's a review of this remarkable discovery.Image credit: NASA/ESA/STScl/JHU. Original ImageO........ Read more »
Wei Zheng, Marc Postman, Adi Zitrin, John Moustakas, Xinwen Shu, Stephanie Jouvel, Ole Høst, Alberto Molino, Larry Bradley, Dan Coe, Leonidas A. Moustakas, Mauricio Carrasco, Holland Ford, Narciso Benítez, Tod R. Lauer, Stella Seitz, Rycha. (2012) A magnified young galaxy from about 500 million years after the Big Bang. Nature, 406-408. DOI: 10.1038/nature11446
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