It’s been 46 years since the sixth and final man manned moon mission launched the Apollo 17 mission on 7th December 1972, Which landed on 11th December 1972 with astronauts Eugene Cernan, Ronald Evans and Harrison Schmitt. Their three-day mission was to explore the moon and to take iconic pictures test equipment and ride around on a… Continue reading Our Nearest Cosmic Neighbor | Moon
The weather on earth can be unpredictable but it pales in comparison to the cataclysms unfolding on other planets in our solar system. Venus, for example, is uniquely hellish, The hottest planet in our solar system is surrounded by clouds made up of sulfur dioxide that hold droplets of sulfuric acid. Meanwhile, Mars has experienced dust storms that engulf… Continue reading Jupiter’s Red Spot is Shrinking | What Could Happen If Jupiter’s Red Spot Disappear?
360-degree Virtual Reality movies are not quite mainstream yet, I mean who wants to strap on the headset every time. But 360-degree surround sound has long been a mainstay, not just movie theatres but home theatres as well. A typical setup would be a subwoofer too for bass and 5 or 7 speakers surrounding the viewer to… Continue reading Dolby Atmos And DTS:X | What Are Dolby Atmos And DTS:X?
Remember What a big deals cordless phones were in the 80s and 90s. Well, it was not too long before engineers expanded this untethering idea to other gadgets. So nowadays we got 2.4 gigahertz gaming headsets and Bluetooth Christmas lights and enough LTE signals flying through the air to make any passing extraterrestrials thank that we can… Continue reading Problem With Wireless Display
Rutherford’s Alpha() Particle Scattering The theory of rutherford’s particle scattering is based on the Following Assumption:- The entire charge and almost entire mass of the atom is concentrated in a single core of the atom is called nucleus and is surrounded by Negatively(-) charged electron clouds. The particle… Continue reading Rutherford’s Alpha particle scattering Experiment