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I once wrote that warp speed would probably be the most amazing thing to experience and that it ranks pretty high on my bucket list. I honestly didn’t expect 2017 to be the year we …
I once wrote that warp speed would probably be the most amazing thing to experience and that it ranks pretty …
by Ray Cahill — filed to Zero-G · Reflections
The past is gone, the future not yet here, only the present is now. But why does it always flow the way it does for us? “Thus is our treaty written; thus is agreement made. …
The past is gone, the future not yet here, only the present is now. But why does it always flow …
by Ethan Siegel — filed to Zero-G · The Lab
Quick, How Might the Alien Spacecraft Work?[This post is about the movie Arrival; there are no movie spoilers here.]⋅⋅⋅Connecting with Hollywood“It’s an interesting script,” said someone on our PR team. It’s pretty common for us …
Quick, How Might the Alien Spacecraft Work?[This post is about the movie Arrival; there are no movie spoilers here.]⋅⋅⋅Connecting with …
by Stephen Wolfram — filed to Zero-G · Reflections
During almost four years of observing the cosmos, the Herschel Space Observatory traced out the presence of water. With its unprecedented sensitivity and spectral resolution at key wavelengths, Herschel revealed this crucial molecule in star-forming …
During almost four years of observing the cosmos, the Herschel Space Observatory traced out the presence of water. With its …
by European Space Agency — filed to Zero-G
For some of us: ‘Come Together’ is merely the opening track on the famous Beatles album Abbey Road. However, didn’t you ever wonder why humanity doesn’t come together to solve at least some of its …
For some of us: ‘Come Together’ is merely the opening track on the famous Beatles album Abbey Road. However, didn’t …
by Pionic Staff — filed to Zero-G · Tech
Radio astronomy is undergoing a major boost, with new technology gathering data on objects in our universe faster than astronomers can analyse.But once that data is scrutinised it could lead to some amazing new discoveries, …
Radio astronomy is undergoing a major boost, with new technology gathering data on objects in our universe faster than astronomers …
by Ray Norris — filed to Zero-G
These are my greetings from one hologram to another. No really, according to science there’s a strong possibility that you and I are nothing more but encoded information spread on a flat 2-dimensional surface throughout …
These are my greetings from one hologram to another. No really, according to science there’s a strong possibility that you …
by Pionic Staff — filed to Zero-G
The NASA Cassini mission to Saturn is culminating in its grand finale today. I made the following music video remix of animated footage from the Cassini spacecraft camera as my personal homage to the scientists …
The NASA Cassini mission to Saturn is culminating in its grand finale today. I made the following music video remix …
by Avi Solomon — filed to Zero-G
Forty years ago, Canadian physicist Bill Unruh made a surprising prediction regarding quantum field theory. Known as the Unruh effect, his theory predicted that an accelerating observer would be bathed in blackbody radiation, whereas an …
Forty years ago, Canadian physicist Bill Unruh made a surprising prediction regarding quantum field theory. Known as the Unruh effect, …
by Matt Williams — filed to Zero-G
When we think about our species’ future in space, we often imagine a network of large space stations, on-orbit factories producing large transport vessels, and giant imaging systems gazing deep into the universe’s history. That …
When we think about our species’ future in space, we often imagine a network of large space stations, on-orbit factories …
by Made In Space — filed to Zero-G
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