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Tesla Roadster - Live Orbital Position
This simulation shows the current location of Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster (with Starman behind the wheel) that was launched into space on February 6th 2018 on top of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket.
astronomy  aerospace  physics  orbital  mechanics  astrodynamics  tracking  satellite  navigation  coordinates  automotive  mechanical  electrical  engineering  cars  design  electric  vehicles  simulator 
4 weeks ago by asaltydog
The SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) is a digital library portal for researchers in astronomy and physics, operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) under a NASA grant.

The ADS maintains three bibliographic databases containing more than 13 million records covering publications in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Physics, and the arXiv e-prints. Abstracts and full-text of major astronomy and physics publications are indexed and searchable through the new ADS modern search form as well as a classic search form. A browsable paper form is also available.
publishing  education  astronomy  physics  library  bibliography  database  journal  history  smithsonian  research  institute  university  harvard  america 
5 weeks ago by asaltydog
LightSail | The Planetary Society
LightSail is a citizen-funded project from The Planetary Society to send a small spacecraft, propelled solely by sunlight, to Earth orbit.
astronomy  aerospace  astrodynamics  planetary  science  satellite  engineering  solar  energy  crowdfunding  research  physics 
6 weeks ago by asaltydog
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education  science  astronomy  mathematics  chemistry  electrical  mechanical  engineering  theoretical  physics  lecture  video  tutorial  youtube 
6 weeks ago by asaltydog
OSIRIS-REx mission to Bennu
On 31 December 2018, NASA’s Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, and Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) spacecraft began to orbit the asteroid (101955) Bennu, a near-Earth asteroid believed to harbour organic molecules and hydrated minerals.
magazine  articles  astronomy  astrodynamics  planetary  science  aerospace  satellite  asteroids  geology  organic  molecular  biology  hydrated  minerals  mining  survey  government  engineering  research  america  physics 
9 weeks ago by asaltydog
The edge of space: Revisiting the Karman Line - ScienceDirect
Highlights • Historically, the lowest satellite orbits have had perigees as low as 80-90 km. • The Karman Line as originally defined lies between 70 and 90 km,…
publishing  astronomy  astrodynamics  physics  atmospheric  planetary  science  satellite  engineering  journal  research 
12 weeks ago by asaltydog
Compliant Mechanisms Research
The BYU Compliant Mechanisms Research Group (CMR) involves students and faculty who strive to make an impact by creating compliant mechanism theories and applications that are novel, used by others, and make a difference for good.
materials  science  physics  mathematics  geometry  mechanical  engineering  design  research 
may 2019 by asaltydog
Katie Bouman: the 29-year-old whose work led to first black hole photo | Science | The Guardian
Katie Bouman was among a team of 200 researchers who contributed to the breakthrough.Photograph: MIT CSAIL This week, the world laid eyes on an image that…
astronomy  physics  cosmology  computer  science  mathematics  algorithms  guardian  statistics  analytics 
april 2019 by asaltydog
Why CERN's plans for a €20 billion supersized collider are a bad idea | New Scientist
The research potential of a proposed massive particle smasher that would dwarf the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t justify its huge price tag, says Sabine Hossenfelder.
magazine  articles  finance  cern  particle  physics  lhc  engineering  research 
march 2019 by asaltydog
Maxwell Technologies Ultracapacitors and Supercapacitors
Maxwell Technologies manufacturing and marketing energy storage and power delivery solutions for automotive, heavy transportation, renewable energy backup power.
transport  industrial  automotive  marine  physics  electrical  engineering  storage  electrostatics  dielectric  capacitors  electronics  components  batteries 
march 2019 by asaltydog
Ivette Fuentes - The Penrose Institute
Ivette Fuentes is a theoretical physicist who has conducted research in a number of topics, including quantum information, quantum optics, quantum metrology,…
astronomy  cosmology  science  mathematics  theoretical  physics  quantum  mechanics  research  institute 
march 2019 by asaltydog
Linking plasma formation in grapes to microwave resonances of aqueous dimers | PNAS
A dielectric resonator is a piece of dielectric (nonconductive) material, usually ceramic, that is designed to function as a resonator for radio waves, generally in the microwave and millimeter wave bands.

In a popular parlor trick, plasma is created by irradiating grape hemispheres in a household microwave oven. This work ties the source of the plasma to microwave photonic hotspots at the junction of aqueous dielectric spherical dimers.
publishing  science  physics  photonics  microwave  dielectric  resonance  journal  research 
february 2019 by asaltydog
Quantum biology | University of Surrey
The first new science of the 21st century, quantum biology offers an opportunity to change the way we see the world.
science  physics  quantum  mechanics  theoretical  chemistry  biology  research  university  surrey 
february 2019 by asaltydog
The future of quantum biology | Journal of The Royal Society Interface
Developments in observational techniques have allowed us to study biological dynamics on increasingly small scales. Such studies have revealed evidence of quantum mechanical effects, which cannot be accounted for by classical physics, in a range of biological processes. Quantum biology is the study of such processes, and here we provide an outline of the current state of the field, as well as insights into future directions.
royal  society  publishing  science  physics  quantum  mechanics  theoretical  chemistry  biology  journal  research 
february 2019 by asaltydog
The Large Scale Structure of Space-Time by Stephen Hawking and George Ellis.
Cambridge Core - Cosmology, Relativity and Gravitation - The Large Scale Structure of Space-Time - by Stephen Hawking and George Ellis.
ebooks  books  astronomy  planetary  science  theoretical  physics  mathematics  cosmology  time  relativity  reference  university  cambridge  gravitational 
december 2018 by asaltydog
The Large Scale Structure of Space-Time - Wikipedia
The Large Scale Structure of Space-Time is 1973 book about the theoretical physics of spacetime by Stephen Hawking and George Ellis.
books  astronomy  planetary  science  theoretical  physics  mathematics  cosmology  time  relativity  reference  gravitational 
december 2018 by asaltydog
Teraloop is a team of engineering experts dedicated to solving the energy storage challenge, focusing on a new generation of Kinetic Energy Storage Systems.
physics  mechanical  engineering  kinetic  energy  storage 
november 2018 by asaltydog
SI Redefinition | NIST
This November, in Versailles, France, representatives from 57 countries are expected to make history.  They will vote to dramatically transform the international system that underpins global science and trade. This single action will finally realize scientists’ 150-year dream of a measurement system based entirely on fundamental properties of nature.
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november 2018 by asaltydog
The Kibble balance : Educate + Explore : National Physical Laboratory
Formerly: known as the watt balance, the Kibble balance was invented by Dr Bryan Kibble in 1975 and was renamed after his death in 2016. It is an instrument used for making extremely accurate measurements of a fundamental physical constant: the Planck constant.
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november 2018 by asaltydog
ESA Science & Technology: Rosetta
ESA's historic Rosetta mission concluded as planned, on 30 September 2016, with a controlled impact onto the comet it had been investigating for more than two…
government  astronomy  physics  atmospheric  planetary  science  geology  survey  comets  aerospace  technology  engineering  research  europe  asteroids  meteors 
october 2018 by asaltydog
Rosetta / Space Science / Our Activities / ESA
Europe's comet chaser Why 'Rosetta'? History of cometary missions About comets … Why comets? How many comets are there? Where life began Debris of the Solar…
government  astronomy  physics  atmospheric  planetary  science  geology  survey  comets  aerospace  technology  engineering  research  europe  asteroids  meteors 
october 2018 by asaltydog
David Tong: Cambridge Lecture Notes on Theoretical Physics
David Tong: Lectures on Theoretical Physics Dynamics and Relativity An introduction to Newtonian Mechanics and Special Relativity, aimed at first year…
education  science  astronomy  mathematics  chemistry  particle  quantum  mechanics  theoretical  physics  cosmology  essay  lecture  notes  research  university  cambridge 
october 2018 by asaltydog
The Mysterious 137 – Richard Feynman
If you have ever read Cargo Cult Science by Richard Feynman, you know that he believed that there were still many things that experts, or in this case, physicists, did not know. One of these 'unknowns' that he pointed out often to all of his colleagues was the mysterious number 137.
science  particle  physics  mathematics  constants  electromagnetic  force  lecture  notes  research  university  california  america  essay  reference  chemistry  astronomy  cosmology  education  electrical  engineering 
september 2018 by asaltydog
Homepage of the XENON1T Dark Matter Search
XENON1T is a highly sensitive experiment to search for direct interactions of Dark Matter particles.
government  science  astronomy  observatory  particle  physics  neutrino  experiment  research  abruzzo  italy  mathematics  chemistry  cosmology 
june 2018 by asaltydog
IceCube Neutrino Observatory
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory is the first detector of its kind, designed to observe the cosmos from deep within the South Pole ice.
government  science  astronomy  observatory  particle  physics  neutrino  array  mathematics  chemistry  cosmology  antarctic  research 
june 2018 by asaltydog
Home | Rigetti
Welcome to Quantum Cloud Services. The world's only quantum-first cloud platform. Start writing and testing programs on our quantum-classical hybrid computers today. | Rigetti Computing is a Berkeley, California-based developer of quantum integrated circuits used for quantum computers. The company also develops a cloud platform called Forest that enables programmers to write quantum algorithms.
science  astronomy  mathematics  particle  quantum  computer  physics  cosmology  research  algorithms  programming  virtual  platform  software  application  development  statistics  analytics 
may 2018 by asaltydog
Home Page - Sean Carroll
I'm a theoretical physicist, specializing in quantum mechanics, gravitation, cosmology, statistical mechanics, and foundations of physics, with occasional…
science  astronomy  mathematics  chemistry  particle  quantum  mechanics  theoretical  physics  cosmology  research  university  california  america  gravitational 
may 2018 by asaltydog
Sean M. Carroll - Wikipedia
Sean Michael Carroll (born October 5, 1966) is a cosmologist and physics professor specializing in dark energy and…
astronomy  physics  cosmology  quantum  mechanics  gravity  reference 
may 2018 by asaltydog
First tests of crab cavities promise a luminous future | CERN
First niobium crab cavity assembled for the High-Luminosity LHC project (HL-LHC) (Image: Ulysse, Fichet/CERN) Yet another success in the creating of a bright…
cern  particle  physics  lhc  engineering  research 
april 2018 by asaltydog
ESA - Robotic Exploration of Mars: ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO)
ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) Searching for signature gases in the Martian atmosphere The 2016 ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter is the first in a series of Mars…
government  planetary  science  aerospace  technology  engineering  europe  robotics  research  astronomy  electronics  electrical  astrodynamics  satellite  physics 
april 2018 by asaltydog
Coil winding technology - Wikipedia
In electrical engineering , coil winding is the manufacture of electromagnetic coils . Coils are used as components of circuits,and to provide the magnetic…
physics  electrical  mechanical  engineering  electromagnetic  coils  components  motors  magnetic  induction 
march 2018 by asaltydog
First Light Fusion Ltd
First Light Fusion Ltd Home Contact History Board Scientific Advisory Board Current Opportunities Submit Your CV The Need for Energy What is Fusion First…
science  physics  engineering  inertial  confinement  fusion  energy  research  university  oxford 
march 2018 by asaltydog
Brilliant | Math and science done right
Brilliant - Understand concepts and build your problem solving skills with thousands of free problems and examples in math, science, and engineering.
science  physics  technology  engineering  mathematics  tutorial 
march 2018 by asaltydog
Practice Special Relativity | Brilliant
Waste less time on Facebook — follow Brilliant. × Excel in math and science Master concepts by solving fun, challenging problems. It's hard to learn from…
science  astronomy  physics  mathematics  geometry  tutorial 
february 2018 by asaltydog
The Penrose Institute
The Study of Consciousness, Creativity, and the Physics of the Universe.
astronomy  cosmology  science  mathematics  theoretical  physics  quantum  mechanics  research  institute  university 
february 2018 by asaltydog
Blackout Faraday EMP Products
Electromagnetic Pulse E.M.P. Most have undoubtedly heard the term EMP in the news, in television programs, and in movies over the last decade, but what exactly…
travel  security  camera  bags  luggage  mobile  laptop  cases  electromagnetic  microwave  radiation  phone  covers  accessories  television  physics  electrical  engineering 
january 2018 by asaltydog
Acoustic Levitator: 25 Steps (with Pictures)
Use acoustic waves to hold in mid-air samples such as water, ants or tiny electric components. This technology has been previously restricted to a couple of…
howto  physics  project  electrical  engineering  ultrasonic  experiment  components 
december 2017 by asaltydog
Anomalous bottoms at Cern and the case for a new collider | Science | The Guardian
Detail of a detector at CERN, showing part of DELPHI, one the old LEP experiments, which is in the same cavern as LHCbPhotograph: Ben Allanach Measurements made…
cern  physics  research  experiment  guardian 
november 2017 by asaltydog
EGM96 - Wikipedia
EGM96 ( Earth Gravitational Model 1996 ) is a geopotential model of the Earth consisting of spherical harmonic coefficients complete to degree and order 360.…
government  planetary  science  physics  gravitational  maps  standards  astronomy  cosmology 
october 2017 by asaltydog
EGM96: The NASA GSFC and NIMA Joint Geopotential Model
EGM96: The NASA GSFC and NIMA Joint Geopotential Model EGM96 The NASA GSFC and NIMA Joint Geopotential Model Greetings! Welcome to the official webpage of the…
government  planetary  science  physics  gravitational  maps  standards  astronomy  cosmology  aerospace  america  webpages  engineering  research 
october 2017 by asaltydog
Reversing single phase induction motors
Reversing single phase induction motors Since my AC motors article , I have often been asked about how to reverse an AC induction motor.I didn't cover how…
electrical  mechanical  engineering  electromagnetic  induction  motors  magnetic  propulsion  physics 
october 2017 by asaltydog
Induction motor - Wikipedia
Three-phase totally enclosed fan-cooled ( TEFC ) induction motor with end cover on the left, and without end cover to show cooling fan. In TEFC motors, interior…
electrical  mechanical  engineering  electromagnetic  induction  motors  magnetic  propulsion  reference  physics 
october 2017 by asaltydog
Commutator (electric) - Wikipedia
This article is about the electrical component. For mathematical concept, see Commutator . Commutator in a universal motor from a vacuum cleaner. Parts: (A)…
electrical  mechanical  engineering  components  electromagnetic  switches  commutators  industrial  cleaning  domestic  appliances  physics 
october 2017 by asaltydog
How DC motors (universal motors) work
How DC motors (universal motors) work I often get asked questions about motors, so I figured I'd do an articleand video about how they work. There are two main…
electrical  mechanical  engineering  electromagnetic  universal  motors  physics 
october 2017 by asaltydog
How AC induction motors work
How AC induction motors work I previously covered how DC motors work , but AC induction motors are actually much more useful for homemade machinessuch as…
electrical  mechanical  engineering  electromagnetic  induction  motors  magnetic  propulsion  physics 
october 2017 by asaltydog
Michela Massimi
Home I am Professor of Philosophy of Science in the Dept. of Philosophy, at the University of Edinburgh . I did my Ph.D. at the London School of Economics…
philosophy  science  physics  history  university  edinburgh 
september 2017 by asaltydog
This Month in Physics History
January 1925: Wolfgang Pauli announces the exclusion principle
publishing  science  quantum  physics  chemistry  mathematics  journal  research 
september 2017 by asaltydog
BBC Radio 4 - In Our Time, Pauli's Exclusion Principle
Pauli's Exclusion Principle In Our Time Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the life and ideas of Wolfgang Pauli (1900-1958), whose Exclusion Principle is one of…
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september 2017 by asaltydog
Combining CHAMP and Swarm Satellite Data to Invert the Lithospheric Magnetic Field in the Tibetan Plateau
Yaodong Qiu, Zhengtao Wang, [...], and Fei Guo Abstract CHAMP and Swarm satellite magnetic data are combined to establish the lithospheric magnetic field over…
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september 2017 by asaltydog
South Atlantic Anomaly - Wikipedia
The anomaly at an altitude of approximately 560 kilometers The South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) is an area where the Earth's inner Van Allen radiation belt comes…
atmospheric  science  physics  meteorology  atlantic  lithospheric  magnetic  field  radiation  research  ocean  planetary 
september 2017 by asaltydog
On serendipity, metals, and networks | OUPblog
“What connects archaeology and statistical physics?”, we asked ourselves one evening in The Marquis Cornwallis , a local Bloomsbury pub in London back in 2014,…
archaeology  anthropology  metalwork  copper  geography  physics  statistics  metadata  complex  research  history  publishing  journal  university  oxford  education  network  analysis 
september 2017 by asaltydog
Particle-Theory - RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY Institute for Theoretical Particle Physics and Cosmology - English
Contact Prof. Bernreuther, Prof. Czakon, Prof. Harlander, Prof. Krämer Prof. Lesgourgues, Prof. Tattersall Sommerfeldstr. 16 52074 Aachen Work Phone: +49 241…
government  science  astronomy  particle  physics  cosmology  research  institute  university  aachen  germany  mathematics  chemistry  theoretical 
september 2017 by asaltydog
NORSAR is an internationally recognized, independent, not-for-profit, research foundation within the field of geoscience. Our core competencies are seismology and applied geophysics, and related software development.
atmospheric  science  physics  geology  seismology  nuclear  testing  activity  monitor 
september 2017 by asaltydog
A desk cosmic ray detector for schools using the ALPIDE chip | ALICE Matters
An educational and outreach project c onceived by the ALICE ITS team is now moving forward rapidly thanks to Matthew Aquilina, who has joined the collaboration…
cern  education  science  astronomy  particle  physics  experiment  arduino  project  mathematics  chemistry  cosmology  electrical  engineering  electronics 
august 2017 by asaltydog
The World Wide Web project
Nicola Pellow | The World Wide Web project World Wide Web The WorldWideWeb (W3) is a wide-area hypermedia information retrievalinitiative aiming to give universalaccess to a…
cern  physics  mathematics  cross-platform  internet  web  browser  project 
august 2017 by asaltydog
Napkin ring problem - Wikipedia
If a hole of height h is drilled straight through the center of a sphere, the volume of the remaining band does not depend on the size of the sphere. For a…
mathematics  physics  geometry  calculus 
august 2017 by asaltydog
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