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.
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.
Was anounced the Jiuzhang 2.0, an improvement of photonic quantum computer built last year, and billions of times faster than the predecessor.
The maglev is a type of train that uses electromagnetism to levitate above rails, eliminating friction. But how does it work? Let’s find out in this post.
The first Hyperloop test in Nevada was a success. It’s a new means of transportation on tracks inside a semi vacuum tube.
Researchers from South Korea developed a robotic manipulator which looks like a chameleon tongue, called Snatcher.
Currently, communication by the internet is made by optical fiber networks. In this post, are shown network architectures and latency.
Continuing the visit to CERN. This second and last part is about the permanent exhibition of Microcosm and the guided tour.
I was in Geneva, Switzerland, and I visited the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). This site shows permanent exhibition for visitors.
NASA photographed images of supersonic waves created by supersonic aircrafts T-38 Talon.