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Book Review; Islam, Sci-Fic & Extraterrestrial Life by Jörg Matthias Determann

Determann encompasses different concepts of the alien in Muslim societies across the globe, from South Asia to Turkey and Arabia to Africa.

Gravitational-waves, the disturbances in space-time

Many events in the universe are not detectable or unknown to us as they don't release EM radiation, but now we can study a new phenomenon through the gravity-waves various objects produce.

THE GENIUS OF PENROSE: From the existence of a Black Hole to discovering the Center of Milky Way Galaxy

"I was always plodding, I was good at mathematics, yes, but I didn't necessarily do very well in my tests."~ Penrose

Exploring Drake’s Equation: The Possibility of Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Astronomers and Stargazers who are fervent about the deep space and the universe have always been haunted and left-curious with this question, that, “Are...

A Glimpse into the Cosmos with Dr. Nahar

Dr. Sultana N Nahar is an atomic Astrophysicist who researches the dominant atomic processes in the astrophysical plasmas.

Nergis Mavalvala named as the Dean of MIT of Science

Astrophysicist and associate head of the physics department will succeed Michael Sipser.

The Buzz of a Space Wonder: Comet Neowise

Comets are very important to learn because they are great timekeepers of the universe.

Astrophotography Contest; We Share the same Sky

Astronomy is the oldest science we know. The sun, the moon, and the stars have been the fulcrum of our scientific stretch. We have...

A Big Asteroid will zip safely by Earth Wednesday

NASA issued a statement that on April 29, 2020, Asteroid 52768 is expected to fly by earth at a distance of approximately 4 million miles.

Einstein and Hawking: Great Minds of Two Eras

Today is 14th March. A day that marks the birthday of Albert Einstein and the death anniversary of another big name: Stephen Hawking. These...

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