How Close Are We to Launching the James Webb Space Telescope?

And liftoff of the Space Shuttle Discovery with the Hubble Space Telescope. Before the Hubble Space Telescope launched in 1990, we didn’t know how old the universe was. We had never seen a planet outside of our solar system. We didn’t even know about dark energy! Hubble taught us a lot, but it can only […]

Could Asteroid Mining Fuel Deep Space Travel?

If we want to colonize space, we have to figure out how to generate a large supply of life sustaining resources. The most important being water. The good news is, traces of water have been detected throughout our solar system. And asteroids may hold the most accessible abundance of water that we know of. There […]

Is Jupiter the Reason for Life on Earth?

Our solar system is unlike any other discovered in the cosmos to date, and a rogue baby Jupiter might be the reason why it’s so weird – and even home to life. The Solar System consists of four inner planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth & Mars. They’re known as terrestrial planets because they’re made up of […]

Sticky tape the key to ultrathin solar cells

We are working on a new semiconductor, it’s called black phosphorus or phosphorene. Ultra thin, ultra light and also with wavelength tunability which can offer us to fabricate lots of interesting devices such as LED and solar cells. We used the similar away that was used to fabricate graphene to fabricate phosphorene. We use the […]

Black Holes are WAY Smaller than You Think

Hi, everybody, this is black hole M87. NGC 4486 or Virgo A, it’s a supermassive black hole and the first ever seen by our jelly-filled light buckets. Virgo a is six and a half million times more massive than our Sun. But like, how big is it not like how massive but like how large […]

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3 Stocks That Are More Sustainable Than They Seem

Welcome to the Morningstar Series Three Stock Picks. I’m Holly Black. With me is Harriet Parker, she is an investment manager at Liontrust. Hello. Hello. So, you’re on the sustainable team. So we’re looking for a different type of stock. Where would you like to start? I’m going to start with Smurfit Kappa. So Smurfit […]

The World’s First Photo of Quantum Entanglement Could Disprove Einstein’s Theory

Albert Einstein was, there’s no other word for it, a genius. The man conceived of special and general relativity, theories that have been breaking brains since the early 1900s. But when it came to the idea that two particles can be entangled, and an effect on one could be instantaneously felt by the other even […]

Farmers in the Netherlands are growing more food using less land, energy and water

Holland is pretty crowded our land is quite expensive labour is expensive so we have to be as efficient as possible we have to be more efficient than others to compete. And that competition drives innovation and technology. We decided to go for not more hectares but for more yield per hectare. And that’s the […]