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.

Debjyoti Bardhan has written and can be contacted at debjyoti@techie-buzz.com.

We bring you the best snaps of yesterday’s eclipse from around the world. Relive the beauty of the Lunar Eclipse.

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The Lunar Eclipse is upon us. This is an all-you-need-to-know guide to the 10th December Lunar Eclipse. Don’t miss this one, the next one is far away!

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The most conclusive evidence of the presence of water on Mars comes via the Mars Rover Opportunity. Shiny deposits of gypsum represent the smoking gun.

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Step-by-step guide to how a Nobel Prize Medal is made. Also, we include a line-up of the programs.

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Scientists have stumbled upon a couple of monsters – two supermassive black holes. In fact, they are heavier than anything we have known! Scary and awe-inspiring

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Molybdenite is a substance, which can take on Silicon and Graphene on its own turf and beat it in some games as well. You might be looking at the future of electronics industry.

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An Italian Mathematician has said that Dark Matter is not important for explaining the anomalous rotation for spiral galaxies. Using a mathematical trick, he shows that General Relativity gives the proper values all by itself. And the fit is stunningly accurate!

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Rumours are circulating of a potential Higgs observation at a high 3.5 sigma confidence level at LHC, CERN. More concrete news should come in a few days. All eyes on the December 13th conference.

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The very latest of the data collected by the LHC super collider may reveal the ultimate fate of the Higgs. The joint results come out this Tuesday! Hold your breath.

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Oxford scientists have made two diamonds, geometrically separated by 15 cm, vibrate as if they were one! Welcome to the spooky world of quantum entanglement!

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Curiosity launches this Saturday and this hi-tech piece of wizardry will set foot on Mars in 2012. We look at some of the awesome features of the rover.Here’s our top 10 coolest things to know about the Rover and the mission. Enjoy.

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ESA claims to have made the first contact with the Russian spacecraft Phobos-Grunt. They are receiving the first signals since the craft got stuck in orbit.

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The giant Hurricane Kenneth is a late-season bloomer. Take a look at two spectacular photos of the Hurricane as seen from space.

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The new Mars Rover, Curiosity, is launching on Saturday. Here’s an overview of the most technologically advanced machine ever to drop on a planet.

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The Higgs search is nearing an end and the wonderful news is that the mass ranges have been squeezed real tight now. It’s now or never and the news is going to come in a few days!

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