Exactly 332 years ago on this day, on July 5, 1687, the most revolutionary work in the history of science was published. Simply known as Principia, It…… Read more "The Principia And Its Importance In Science"
Whenever a discussion about Polymaths arise, Leibniz's name is usually the first one to pop up in our minds. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was a prominent German polymath…… Read more "Gottfried Leibniz: His Life And Work"
Till date, 51 women have won the prestigious Nobel Prize in distinguished fields. Maria Goeppert Mayer is one of these genius women, rather, the first women ever…… Read more "Maria Mayer And Her Shell Model"
Born on June 22, 1864, Hermann Minkowski is a known Jewish-German Mathematician and Professor. The world knows him for his ground breaking work in the field of…… Read more "Hermann Minkowski: His Life And Work"
Regarded as one of the most influential physicists of all times, we all know Maxwell for his fundamental contributions towards the scientific community. June 13, 2019 marks…… Read more "Maxwell And His Contributions To Physics"
Going by the dictionary definition, a Quasar is a massive and extremely remote celestial object, which emits exceptionally large amounts of energy. A quasar typically has a…… Read more "Quasar And Its Types"
From our school days itself, we know that we live on Earth, which lies in our solar system, which is further a small part of a larger…… Read more "Galaxies And Their Classification"
Till now, we have studied about binary stars, neutron stars, black holes, evolution of different stars and a lot more. So, now it's high time to move…… Read more "Star Clusters: An Introduction"
Whenever we look at the night sky, all the stars appear alike, and everything seems very calm and peaceful. But wait! this is not the exact picture…… Read more "Supernovae And Their Classification"
On May 24,2019, the physics world lost one of its ultimate gems, Murray Gell-Mann. Born on September 15,1929, Murray Gell-Mann was an American theoretical physicist who won…… Read more "Murray Gell-Mann: The Man Who Named Quarks, dies at 90"