Neutrinos, generally referred to as nature's ghost particles, are fermions which were first postulated in 1930 by Wolfgang Pauli to explain the conservation of energy, momentum and…… Read more "8 Interesting Facts About Neutrinos"
Finally we have reached the last article of our Basics of Astrophysics series. Exactly two months ago, we started our journey of learning the concepts of Astrophysics.…… Read more "Top 5 Unsolved Problems In Astrophysics"
In the penultimate article of Basics of Astrophysics series, I want to answer one of the most widely asked question: How to be an Astrophysicist? Dozens of…… Read more "Becoming An Astrophysicist"
Astronomy is one of the most popular branch of physics that has gained a lot of popularity with the advancement of technology. Students from all around the…… Read more "Top 5 Universities In The World To Pursue Astronomy And Astrophysics."
The ancients worshiped the Sun for it was the source of energy. The Sun is the reason behind our existence. Everything revolves around the Sun in our…… Read more "Amazing Facts About Sun"
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"
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"
Nature never fails to astonish us with its beauty and one such beautiful creation of nature are the Nebulae ! So, in today's article of The Basics…… Read more "Nebulae And Their 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"
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"