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Cameras: Processing the World at Both Ends

The size of the pupil is not fixed and adjusts automatically concerning the light it is exposed to.

Harnessing the Potential of AI in Modern Astronomy

With highly capable computer processing powered by AI, astronomers now analyzing massive volumes of data efficiently.

Pakistan observes the Partial Solar Eclipse of 2022

we have compiled and presented all the observations, taken from all over the country, showing a variety of captures of partial solar eclipse held on 25 October 2022.

Reviewing the multiwavelength astronomy of the universe

To understand what astronomical phenomenon or what astrophysical event is happening, we try to look at the universe in the multi-wavelength.

The Universe is Astounding

The first full-colour image was taken with James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) Near-Infrared Camera, was revealed on July 11, 2022.


The photo was taken by the observations of the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration (EHT).

Superstitions Surround Halley’s Comet

According to ancient Chinese astronomers, the appearance of three head comet stands for a threat to the country, and a four-headed for an epidemic.

Saving the Dark Skies: A Conversation with Rayan Khan on Discussing the Threats to Light Pollution

Wildlife experts have been raising the issue that thousands of migratory birds die each year because of light pollution.

JWST Unleashing a New Frontier in Astronomy

The JWST will be able to identify the composition of the atmospheres of some of the exoplanets suitable for life.

James Webb Space Telescope: A curious urge of humanity to know itself

This Christmas, we launched the most expensive and breakthrough telescope of mankind, the $10Bn JWST. 

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