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Mysteries of the Universe

We do not see with our eyes but with our brain Alpha decay
We do not see with our eyes but with our brain... Alpha decay...
Cherenkov light How to measure distances in the Universe?
Cherenkov light helps explain blue light from cooling pools... How to measure distances in the Universe?
Thermodynamics of the sandpile Foucault Pendulum
Thermodynamics of the sandpile, from the Big Bang to climate change... Foucault's pendulum swings relative to what?
Metaverse Fermi's paradox or Plato's cave
Metaverse, the next step in evolution... Fermi's paradox or Plato's cave.
Where are they?
Quantum computers JWST in the depths of space
Quantum computers will not be dedicated to consumer applications... JWST has gone to the depths of space and time...
Dark night sky paradox What does the equation E=mc<sup>2</sup> really mean?
Dark night sky paradox : Is the paradox of Olbers exist? What does the equation E=mc2 really mean?
Symmetries of the universe Where does the Sun's energy come from?
What is a symmetry in the universe? Where does the Sun's energy come from? Without radioactivity the stars would not exist...
Bose-Einstein condensate The valley of stability of atomic nuclei
Quantum mechanics on a macroscopic scale... The valley of stability of atomic nuclei...
Paradoxes in physics Superpositions of quantum states
Examples of paradoxes in physics... In quantum physics the observer and the observed object are linked...
Laser light The quark confinement
Laser light has invaded our daily life... The quark confinement...
Travel on the ecliptic Didymos and dimorphos
Travel on the ecliptic: the fantastic ballet of the planets... Planetary defense with didymos and dimorphos...
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Asteroids and comets
Volcanoes and supervolcanoes
Moons of the planets
Matter and particles
Light and photons
Planets and dwarf planets
Probes and satellites
Black holes
Hubble images
Signs of the Zodiac
Astronomy for children

Astronomy - The curiosity that characterizes humanity has allowed man to understand major astronomical phenomena and this now gives a dramatic sense stronger at what is happening under our eyes.

« Reality is only an illusion, although very persistent. »
« It is absolutely possible that beyond what our senses perceive, lurk unsuspected worlds. »
Albert Einstein (1879-1955), Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921 for his interpretation of the photoelectric effect.

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