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.

Enjoy the photos taken from around the world of the longest lunar eclipse this century that took place on 15th June, 2011.

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Fermilab has confirmed that the earlier detection, supposedly of a new particle, has neither been corroborated by their other detector, nor has it survived critical data analysis. The new particle claim has been rejected.

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The second longest lunar eclipse this century till take place on 15th June (and 16th June). Make sure you catch it! Here’s our complete guide to the eclipse.

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Here, we showcase a selected list of the top ten hoaxes or frauds in science. They are ingenious, elaborate and well documented. Here are the top five in that list. You might want to catch Part 1.

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Here, we showcase a selected list of the top ten hoaxes or frauds in science. They are ingenious, elaborate and well documented. Here are five in that list. Hang on for Part 2.

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Two new elements,having atomic numbers 114 and 116, have been added to the periodic table after a three year review by IUPAC and IUPAP, taking the total number of elements to 114.

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A German materials scientist Jörg Weißmüller and Chinese physicist Hai-Jun Jin have created a metallic material that can go hard or soft at the flick of a switch. The material is porous and responds to electrical signals, making it go hard and brittle to soft and malleable.

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The moon at its first quarter will be exceptionally spectacular tonight. Do join in for the cosmic spectacle.

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The Puyehue volcano in the Cordon Caulle volcanic region of the Andes in Southern Chile has erupted prompting evacuation. The Argentine city of Bariloche is badly hit.

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This is the concluding part of my autobiographical article. In this, I tell you the adventures I’ve enjoyed on Earth.

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I am Carbon, and this is my autobiographical article. In the first part, I narrate my birth and how I got here on Earth. I recount my days of interstellar travel.

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A new deadly strain of E.coli is threatening to create a new epidemic. It has already infected 1800 people all across Europe with 17 fatalities.

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Endeavour has landed. The last space flight, STS-134, of the youngest shuttle in the NASA fleet, beloved by one and all, came to an end after 16 days in space on the second last mission NASA has planned to the International Space Station.

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Cosmic Fireworks: Stunning Images Captured of Supernova and Black Holes (with pictures and a video)

Watch stunning images of violent events unfolding in the cosmos. Supernovae in the Carina Nebula and an accreting Black Hole in the Centaurus A galaxy provide wondrous sights, all the while being scientifically important.

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The results of the LHC run in the last two weeks of 2010 have been released by CERN and it has exciting news about Quark Gluon Plasma.

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