Author: Debjyoti Bardhan Google Profile for Debjyoti Bardhan
Is a science geek, currently pursuing some sort of a degree (called a PhD) in Physics at TIFR, Mumbai. An enthusiastic but useless amateur photographer, his most favourite activity is simply lazing around. He is interested in all things interesting and scientific.

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The Chandra, Spitzer and Very Large Telescope have jointly observed a large galaxy cluster that dates back to the very early universe. This is a gem of a find – and the image is simply priceless!

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Stephen Hawking was too unwell to attend his own birthday celebrations. Are these his final days?

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Kepler, the master exoplanet finder, has picked up a brilliant line in the radio frequency range. Although the line looks to be of alien origin, it isn’t.

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The inimitable Stephen Hawking celebrates 70 years on this planet tomorrow. And he is as childish as he always was. Here’s a glimpse.

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Researchers at Cornell have tweaked light to alter the very flow of time. A hole in time is what they have accomplished, albeit for a brief period!

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David Schlegel is a man with a mission. He and his team want to sample light from a huge number of galaxies to affirm that the Universe is accelerating and to measure that!

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The plan is grand and daunting. A team wants to find signatures in evaporation of black holes and thereby deduce whether Loop Quantum gravity, a contender for the theory of quantum gravity, is verified or not.

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The Chinese are making fast forays into the arena of space exploration. They are poised to even take over the US, but that will take a few days coming…

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The not-so-well-known Quadrantids are ready to set the sky ablaze in the wee hours of 4th Jan! Here’s a comprehensive guide to watching this.

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NASA just celebrated a great entry into the New Year, as the twin GRAIL probes achieved orbits around the Moon. Plus, there is a young factor to the whole thing.

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We bring you the top 10 science news events of 2011! It’s been a good year for science with neutrinos travelling faster than light, a malaria vaccine being nearly developed and… Read on for the No. 10 to No. 1 stories!

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A neutrino detector has been planned that is set to eclipse the tallest tower on land – the Burj Khalifa, except that it is going to be underwater! All this for the most elusive particle known to mankind.

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A pen is taken out of a woman’s stomach after 25 years. It still works!!

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Two Earth-sized planets have been discovered by Kepler. This takes the search for finding Earth’s twin a bit closer.

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With the recent demise of the leader of North Korea, the world’s attention has been drawn towards it. Everyone is hoping that the new leadership gifts N.Korea a better future, both for itself and for the world.

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