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The sides of Saturn´s Hexagonal North pole are about 13,800 km (8,600 mi) long, which is more than the diameter of Earth. It rotates with a period of 10h 39m 24s! 🛰 🔭 My 2nd Page @TheOurDeepSpace Our YouTube Channel. Link in Bio @TheOurSpace

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The sides of Saturn´s Hexagonal North pole are about 13,800 km (8,600 mi) long, which is more than the diameter of Earth. It rotates with a period of 10h 39m 24s! 🛰 🔭 My 2nd Page @TheOurDeepSpace Our YouTube Channel. Link in Bio @TheOurSpace Do you love Saturn´s Hexagonal ❤ Are you ready to explore Space 🔭 @theourspace Image credits: NASA/JPL ...

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100 Planetary Nebulas, all in one place. (Up to scale) - Ring Nebula (top-right) is 2.6 light years or 25 trillion km across. 🌌 🔭 My 2nd Page @TheOurDeepSpace Our YouTube Channel. Link in Bio @TheOurSpace

A planetary nebula forms when a star can no longer support itself by fusion reactions in its center. The gravity from the material in the outer part of the star takes its inevitable toll on the structure of the star, and forces the inner parts to condense and heat up. The high temperature central regions drive the outer half of the star away in a brisk stellar wind, lasting a few thousand years. When the process is complete, the remaining core remnant is uncovered and heats the now distant gases and causes them to glow. 🌌

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Image credit: Judy Schmidt  NASA.

100 Planetary Nebulas, all in one place. (Up to scale) - Ring Nebula (top-right) is 2.6 light years or 25 trillion km across. 🌌 🔭 My 2nd Page @TheOurDeepSpace Our YouTube Channel. Link in Bio @TheOurSpace A planetary nebula forms when a star can no longer support itself by fusion reactions in its center. The gravity from the material in the outer part of the star takes its inevitable toll on the structure of the star, and forces the inner parts to condense and heat up. The high temperature central regions drive the outer half of the star away in a brisk stellar wind, lasting a few thousand years. When the process is complete, the remaining core remnant is uncovered and heats the now distant gases and causes them to glow. 🌌 Do you love Planetary Nebulas ❤ Are you ready to explore Space 🔭 @theourspace Image credit: Judy Schmidt NASA ...

Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr --- I hope, you know what exact happened after 1927, when two legends facing each other and made an open debate (Quantum Mechanics). It was one of the most famous scientific meetings in all of history. Seventeen of the twenty-nine attendees had either received or would receive Nobel prizes (including Marie Curie, 2 Nobel prize holder) But what made the conference so memorable was a disagreement — a disagreement between two of the titans of physics: Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein.

The year was 1927, and physicists were puzzled. At question was the very nature of the extremely small. Were electrons, light, and similar entities waves or particles? In some experiments, the tiny entities behaved like waves, while in others they behaved like particles. That's just not possible in our macroscopic world. Sound waves don't behave like pebbles — and thankfully so, or your ears would be stinging right now.

The 1927 conference on quantum mechanics was held to discuss how the many seemingly contradictory observations could be reconciled. Schrödinger and de Broglie showed up with their ideas. But the eight-hundred pound gorilla was Bohr. In what later came to be called the Copenhagen interpretation, Bohr proposed that wave equations described where entities like electrons could be, but, the entities didn't actually exist as particles until someone went looking for them. The act of observation caused existence. In Bohr's own words, the entities in question had no

Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr --- I hope, you know what exact happened after 1927, when two legends facing each other and made an open debate (Quantum Mechanics). It was one of the most famous scientific meetings in all of history. Seventeen of the twenty-nine attendees had either received or would receive Nobel prizes (including Marie Curie, 2 Nobel prize holder) But what made the conference so memorable was a disagreement — a disagreement between two of the titans of physics: Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein. The year was 1927, and physicists were puzzled. At question was the very nature of the extremely small. Were electrons, light, and similar entities waves or particles? In some experiments, the tiny entities behaved like waves, while in others they behaved like particles. That's just not possible in our macroscopic world. Sound waves don't behave like pebbles — and thankfully so, or your ears would be stinging right now. The 1927 conference on quantum mechanics was held to discuss how the many seemingly contradictory observations could be reconciled. Schrödinger and de Broglie showed up with their ideas. But the eight-hundred pound gorilla was Bohr. In what later came to be called the Copenhagen interpretation, Bohr proposed that wave equations described where entities like electrons could be, but, the entities didn't actually exist as particles until someone went looking for them. The act of observation caused existence. In Bohr's own words, the entities in question had no "independent reality in the ordinary physical sense." Einstein wouldn't have any of it. An electron was an electron, and just because someone wasn't looking at it, it was still there — wherever "there" happened to be. Late in the conference, Einstein rose to challenge Bohr's views. But that was only the beginning. Until Einstein's death some three decades later, Bohr and Einstein entered into spirited debates — in print and face to face. The debates were gentlemanly. Bohr and Einstein were friends and had great resp . Other account @isro.bharat #physics #cosmos #nasa #astronomy #astrophysics #maths #math #mathematics #physicsonly #science #scientist #scientists #physicists #learn ...

One of the best inventor humanity has ever witnessed! 😍
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With his newly created Tesla coils, the inventor soon discovered that he could transmit and receive powerful radio signals when they were tuned to resonate at the same frequency. When a coil is tuned to a signal of a particular frequency, it literally magnifies the incoming electrical energy through resonant action. By early 1895, Tesla was ready to transmit a signal 50 miles to West Point, New York. But in that same year, disaster struck. A building fire consumed Tesla's lab, destroying his work.
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In England, a young Italian experimenter named Guglielmo Marconi had been hard at work building a device for wireless telegraphy. The young Marconi had taken out the first wireless telegraphy patent in England in 1896. Later Marconi set up long-distance demonstrations, using a Tesla oscillator to transmit the signals across the English Channel.
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Tesla filed his own basic radio patent applications in 1897. They were granted in 1900. Marconi's first patent application in America, filed on November 10, 1900, was turned down. Marconi's revised applications over the next three years were repeatedly rejected because of the priority of Tesla and other inventors.
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In 1900, the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company, Ltd. began thriving in the stock markets—due primarily to Marconi's family connections with English aristocracy. Then, on December 12, 1901, Marconi for the first time transmitted and received signals across the Atlantic Ocean.
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Otis Pond, an engineer then working for Tesla, said,

One of the best inventor humanity has ever witnessed! 😍 • With his newly created Tesla coils, the inventor soon discovered that he could transmit and receive powerful radio signals when they were tuned to resonate at the same frequency. When a coil is tuned to a signal of a particular frequency, it literally magnifies the incoming electrical energy through resonant action. By early 1895, Tesla was ready to transmit a signal 50 miles to West Point, New York. But in that same year, disaster struck. A building fire consumed Tesla's lab, destroying his work. • In England, a young Italian experimenter named Guglielmo Marconi had been hard at work building a device for wireless telegraphy. The young Marconi had taken out the first wireless telegraphy patent in England in 1896. Later Marconi set up long-distance demonstrations, using a Tesla oscillator to transmit the signals across the English Channel. • • Tesla filed his own basic radio patent applications in 1897. They were granted in 1900. Marconi's first patent application in America, filed on November 10, 1900, was turned down. Marconi's revised applications over the next three years were repeatedly rejected because of the priority of Tesla and other inventors. • • In 1900, the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company, Ltd. began thriving in the stock markets—due primarily to Marconi's family connections with English aristocracy. Then, on December 12, 1901, Marconi for the first time transmitted and received signals across the Atlantic Ocean. • • Otis Pond, an engineer then working for Tesla, said, "Looks as if Marconi got the jump on you." Tesla replied, "Marconi is a good fellow. Let him continue. He is using seventeen of my patents." • • But Tesla's calm confidence was shattered in 1904, when the U.S. Patent Office surprisingly reversed its previous decisions and gave Marconi a patent for the invention of radio. The reasons for this have never been fully explained. • • #theworldofscience #science #nikolatesla #tesla #physics #scientist ...

Here’s a Jurassic stone we picked up from the rocky shore, it split open well! 😍🦕 Although most of the rocks I post contain fossils, the reality is that the majority of these rocks are totally empty! 🏝🌊 For more Fossils check out our YouTube, ”Yorkshire Fossils”! 🐊 I’ve put a link in the bio of our page 🔬#natural #nature #fossil #fossils #ancient #animals #art #ammonite #ammonites #dinosaur #scientist  #minerals #paleontology #whitby #geologist #dorset #geology #charmouth #jurassic #yorkshire.

Here’s a Jurassic stone we picked up from the rocky shore, it split open well! 😍🦕 Although most of the rocks I post contain fossils, the reality is that the majority of these rocks are totally empty! 🏝🌊 For more Fossils check out our YouTube, ”Yorkshire Fossils”! 🐊 I’ve put a link in the bio of our page 🔬#natural #nature #fossil #fossils #ancient #animals #art #ammonite #ammonites #dinosaur #scientist #minerals #paleontology #whitby #geologist #dorset #geology #charmouth #jurassic #yorkshire ...

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