On March 29th, 2023 (Beijing Time), at around 2 AM, the Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), collectively with 40 research institutions across the world, released their breakthrough on the brightest Gamma-Ray Burst (dubbed as GRB 221009A) that has ever been detected by a human.
For the longest time, it has been alleged that fullerene and its derivatives could have a natural formation in the universe.
On an annual basis, hundreds of thousands of pairs of black holes tend to combine in a cosmic dance that has the potential to emit gravitational waves in every direction.
The collision of protons with bulkier ions (atomic nuclei) has been done by nuclear physicists to examine the basic constituents that are responsible to compose those ions.
Based on TESS, LAMOST, and Gaia data, a team of researchers from the Yunnan Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) led by Dr Xiangdong Shi and Prof. Shengbang Qian has discovered 155 massive pulsating stars or candidates.
A team of researchers discovered that the majority of observed second-generation stars in the universe were enriched by several supernovae utilizing machine learning and cutting-edge supernova nucleosynthesis, according to a recent study published in The Astrophysical Journal.
The study of perplexing quantum behavior, such as heavy fermions and exotic quantum phase transitions, has become simpler because of a model system made by stacking two monolayer semiconductors.
The building units of atomic nuclei, protons, and neutrons, are composed of quarks and gluons that interact vigorously.
Over the past 500 million years, the frequency of exploding stars, or supernovae, has had a tremendous impact on the variety of marine life.
Scientists and businesses are faced with new challenges as a result of the development of new information and communication technologies.