In the series of Basics of Astrophysics, today is our twenty-sixth article based on a very important discovery of the cosmic microwave background radiation that bragged the…… Read more "The Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation And Its Origin"
In the previous two articles, I discussed the structure of Sun in detail. Before leaving solar physics, I want to discuss an interesting problem in Astrophysics known…… Read more "The Solar Neutrino Problem"
In the last article, we got familiar with the most magnificent member of our solar system family-The Sun. In this fourteenth article of the Basics of Astrophysics…… Read more "Structure of Sun | Sunspots, Prominences and Solar Wind"
The Milky way galaxy comprises around 100 billion stars. The most important star for us is the Sun. It is the magnificent being around which the Earth…… Read more "The Structure of Sun - I"
As of now, you might have already become familiar with The spectral classification of stars and the famous Saha's equation. Today, I am giving you a glance…… Read more "The Atmosphere of Stars"
In the series of Basics of Astrophysics, today we are going to discuss a very important mathematical tool. This tool is known as Saha's Equation. This equation…… Read more "Saha's Equation And Its Importance"
Isn't it amazing that even if we are living hundreds of thousands of kilometers away from the beautiful stars, planets, moon and the sun, we can still…… Read more "What is EM Spectrum & Why It's The Most Important Tool In Astrophysics?"
“Why do we sleep?” Strangely, This was a question posed to me by my Physics teacher when I was in class 12. Of course, I did not…… Read more "The mysteries of our sleep: Circadian Rhythms"
Astronomy is a subject that mankind has studied for more than 2000 years but there are three major discoveries/inventions that really lifted the game of astronomy: The…… Read more ""The famous Hubble's law and it's wonderful implications""
Gone will be the days when physicists would use the old S.I. system of units that we have been using so far, i. e., metre for length;…… Read more "New SI Units Based On Quantum Mechanics Might Come Into Force In May 2019."