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Astronauts Health Effects of Space Travel

Astronauts Health Effects of Space Travel

Space travel looks fascinating however, it affects the health of a person or Astronauts both Mentally and Physically. Let’s look at some of the Major Health problems in Space Cardiovascular Deconditioning Microgravity exposure degrades the cardiovascular system’s general condition (heart and blood vessels) and specifically degrades orthostatic tolerance (the ability of the cardiovascular system to …

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Galileo Galilei- Biography, Facts & Discoveries telescope

Galileo Galilei- Biography, Facts, Discoveries & Telescopes

Galileo Galilei was born in Pisa on February 15, 1564. The little that, through some letters, is known of his mother, Giulia Ammannati di Pescia, does not make her an overly flattering figure. His father, Vincenzo Galilei, was a Florentine and came from a family that had long been illustrious; A musician by vocation, economic …

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Large Hadron Collider- LHC detectors in cern

Large Hadron Collider-LHC detectors

In giant detectors that are capable of reconstructing what happened during collisions, and all this in a very high collision rate environment, the events (an event is a collision with all of its resulting particles) are studied. They can be compared to extremely large three-dimensional digital cameras that can take 40 million “sequences” per second …

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Special Relativity Einstein's special theory of relativity

Special theory of relativity

The Special theory of Relativity (shortly, Special or Restricted Relativity, RE), first published by Albert Einstein in 1905, describes the physics of motion in the absence of gravitational fields. Before it, most physicists believed that Isaac Newton’s classical mechanics, based on the so-called relativity of Galileo (origin of the mathematical equations known as Galileo transformations), …

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What is the structure of the Universe?- spacetime geometry

What is the structure of the Universe? Geometry of spacetime

The Einstein equation predicts several possible ways for the Universe to evolve in time and space. What are these predictions, and how do they equate themselves to observation? COSMOS AND UNIVERSES: The Final Theory of the Cosmos and the Universes Buy on Amazon- https://amzn.to/2YifyUi Go to Amazon The starting point of a theoretical exploration of cosmology is the Einstein …

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How Old is the Universe?

How Old is the Universe? (All Calculations so far)

A Bible-based assumption of a few thousand years was made by Isaac Newton. Einstein believed in a World that was steady-state, ageless. Since then, somewhere in the centre, data obtained from the Universe places the probable response. First Ingredient: Quantum mechanics    In the early 20th century, it was realized that the stability of atomic …

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Why Strings theory

Why String theory?

Once special relativity was on the firm observational and theoretical footing, it was appreciated that the Schrödinger equation of quantum mechanics was not Lorentz invariant, therefore quantum mechanics as it was so successfully developed in the 1920s was not a reliable description of nature when the system contained particles that would move at or near …

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