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52: Hidden dimensions in gravitational wave: The world's premiere Astronomy and Space Science News Podcast

52: Hidden dimensions in gravitational wave: The world's premiere Astronomy and Space Science News Podcast

A partire dalSpaceTime with Stuart Gary


52: Hidden dimensions in gravitational wave: The world's premiere Astronomy and Space Science News Podcast

A partire dalSpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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58 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jul 5, 2017
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Episodio podcast

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Thank you to our growing patron group. Your support is very much appreciated…and welcome to the team. Let’s do a role call…with this episode we salute: Jeff Thieleke David Guinness Peter Scott Kerrie Evans Barry Thomas Kevin Brewster Francis Nielsen Michael Carrington Matthew Strauss You too can help support SpaceTime, by becoming a patron...and we have rewards for you. Do your bit to keep Stuart fed and housed... details at our Patreon page... https://www.patreon.com/spacetimewithstuartgary * Hidden dimensions in gravitational wave Researchers claim hidden unknown dimensions could influence gravitational waves. One of the big problems String theory or more correctly M theory has over loop quantum gravity is its need for additional dimensions beyond the three special and one temporal we see in spacetime around us. *Largest virtual Universe ever simulated Scientists have simulated the formation of the Universe using a supercomputer. The gigantic catalogue of about 25 billion virtual galaxies has been generated in preparation for the European Euclid mission which will launch in 2020 to study dark matter and dark energy. *And Brightest pulsar ever seen Astronomers have discovered a new record holder for the brightest pulsar ever found. The newly discovered pulsar record holder – called NGC 5907 ULX – is located some 50 million light years away – making it also the most distant pulsar ever seen. *July SkyWatch One of the highlights of the night skies in July is the arrival of three meteor showers. The Southern Delta Aquariids which are visible from mid July to mid August -- the Northern Delta Aquarids which start in July and reach their peak in August – and the Alpha Capricornids which start in mid July. If you're enjoying SpaceTime, please help out by sharing and telling your friends. The best recommendation I can get is one from you. Thank you... #astronomy #space #science #technology #news #astrophysics #NASA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pubblicato:
Jul 5, 2017
Formato:
Episodio podcast