Monday, March 1, 2021

Vignesh TT

Self-motivated and energetic person with diversified interest in Fitness, sports, science, and nature. I seek uniqueness and perfection in all the activities I do.
122 Published Articles

A slowing Gulf Stream System would put the eastern US and western Europe at risk

According to a new study, the Gulf Stream is at its weakest in 1000 years. The study published in Nature Geoscience reveals that the...

A map of Black Holes in the Northern sky

When we glance at the above image, we might think it is the night sky with a cluster of glittering stars, but these are...

NASA’s Perseverance rover is set to touchdown on the Martian surface this Thursday

This February has been a good month for Mars exploration. We recently heard the news about the Emirates Mars orbiter and China's probe entering...

High altitude Arctic Lakes and their link to climate change

Most lakes around the world play a crucial role in affecting the greenhouse concentrations of the atmosphere. In extreme places like Alaska, warm temperatures...

Noise pollution has found its way to deep oceans – A research finds

When we think of pollution created by human activity, the things that come into our mind are atmospheric pollution caused by industrials emissions of...

Research suggests the possibility of sinkholes on the Martian surface

A team of researchers led by Janice Bishop, Senior Research Scientist from the SETI Institute, suggests the existence of a thin layer of water...

White dwarfs exist with a higher mass than originally thought was possible

A star's mass at the time of birth determines what it becomes at the end of its life. While a star with a huge...

Spot the International Space Station

The International Space Station is a collaborative project by five space agencies: NASA, Roscosmos, JAXA, ESA, and CSA. It is about 260miles from the...

Local Quantum Network using Drones

The next generation of quantum networks to include drones.  For several years, scientists have been actively working to build a usual quantum network to enable...

A new technique to search for gravitational waves

Scientists Valerie Domcke from CERN and Camilo Garcia-Cely from DESY have devised a new technique to search for gravitational waves. Their method is published...

Atmospheric CO2 concentration set to increase to 50% higher than the pre-industrial era

The year 2020 saw an unprecedented fall in greenhouse gas emissions due to many shelter-in-place and temporary shutdowns worldwide. Our expectation is a net...

Weekend treat – Mercury, Jupiter, and Saturn on a rare triple conjunction

Winter solstice presented us a visual treat, with Jupiter and Saturn appearing as a double planet. Now we are in for a much more...

Stunning Images of Valles Marineris – Solar System’s largest canyon

The Grand Canyon, at 277 miles long, a mile deep, and up to 18 miles wide, is the largest canyon in the world. The...

Is Jupiter a failed star?

The smallest known star in our Milky Way galaxy to support hydrogen fusion in its core is the EBLM J0555-57Ab. It is surprising to...

Holiday gifts from space: Hayabusa2’s asteroid samples

Hayabusa2 spacecraft's gift for Christmas? Soil samples that were collected from the asteroid Ryugu last year.  The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched the Hayabusa2...

The world’s smallest Christmas tree

When we hear Christmas, the first things that come in our mind are Santa Claus and the Christmas tree. Many people race to make...

Evidence of a previously unknown asteroid about the size of Ceres

A team of scientists led by Southwest Research Institute has identified a new meteorite parent asteroid by studying the Almahata Sitta meteorite (AhS).  On October...

Climate change ultimately caused the demise of Transoxania

Climate change doomed the ancient Transoxania civilization, suggests a new study.  An international team of scientists analyzed sediment samples from rivers and now abandoned canals...

Amoeba inspires solution to the traveling salesman problem

A new analog computer to find a quick and reliable solution to the traveling salesman problem that was formulated in the 1930s. The traveling salesman...

A new app—the iGenomics—makes pocket size DNA analyzer possible

A new Star Trek tricorder, but this time it is not a prop. Scientists from the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) have developed the...