I traveled to Argentina’s extreme south during winter and I met the natural beauties of Tierra del Fuego (Fireland).
Gravitational waves are caused by big cosmic events. In this post, it’s explained what are they, how are produced and how they can be detected.
Why the Moon is always facing the same side to Earth? The answer is tidal coupling or tidal locking and it is this post’s subject.
The cosmic rays are a set of particles with high energy that arrives at Earth’s atmosphere every day, at speeds close to the light.
Phosphorus is one of the most important elements for living beings. The operation and importance of the phosphorus cycle are explained in this post.
This post shows the concept of pH and its influence on the nitrogen cycle. This is a continuation of the previous post about Environment.
This post subject is the nitrogen cycle, an important geochemical process for the survival of living beings inland and aquatic ecosystems.
2 billion years ago, occurred a nuclear fission in the Oklo uranium deposit, current Gabon, Central Africa. It’s the only natural nuclear reactor discovered so far.
This post’s subject is carbon 14. A radioactive isotope which allows determining the age of an artifact or living being from thousand of years ago.
The Lagrange points were described in 1772, by the mathematician Joseph-Louis Lagrange, in his paper “Essay on the Three-Body Problem”.