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lilit

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Re: Pitanja u vezi sa astronomijom/astrofizikom
« Reply #250 on: 13-04-2019, 21:12:12 »
agli ima moju podršku!  xrofl
Some things you have to do yourself.

Meho Krljic

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« Reply #251 on: 28-04-2019, 06:41:03 »
New Hubble measurements confirm universe is expanding faster than expected
 
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New measurements from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope confirm that the Universe is expanding about 9% faster than expected based on its trajectory seen shortly after the big bang, astronomers say. 

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« Reply #252 on: 30-06-2019, 06:15:39 »
Researchers decipher the history of supermassive black holes in the early universe
 
 
Konkretnije, ovaj rad pokazuje mehanizam po kome supermasivne crne rupe(možda) nisu nastale od zvezda jer su se formirale tako brzo da su "odmah" kolabirale u, jelte singularitet.





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« Reply #257 on: 12-08-2019, 08:08:31 »
Pokušavam da dozovem Aglija ovakvim vestima:


Dark matter may be older than the Big Bang

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"The study revealed a new connection between particle physics and astronomy. If dark matter consists of new particles that were born before the Big Bang, they affect the way galaxies are distributed in the sky in a unique way. This connection may be used to reveal their identity and make conclusions about the times before the Big Bang too," says Tommi Tenkanen, a postdoctoral fellow in Physics and Astronomy at the Johns Hopkins University and the study's author.

Meho Krljic

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« Reply #258 on: 07-09-2019, 05:08:59 »
Brzina ekspanzije svemira nikako da poprimi neku logičnu vrednost.
 
 
 One Number Shows Something Is Fundamentally Wrong with Our Conception of the Universe

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« Reply #259 on: 18-09-2019, 07:40:48 »
Astronomers Detect the Most Massive Neutron Star Yet

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The newly measured neutron star, called J0740+6620, lies about 4,600 light-years from Earth. It packs 2.14 times the mass of the sun into a sphere only about 15 miles (25 km) in diameter. That approaches the theoretical limits of how massive and compact a single object can become without crushing itself down under the force of its own gravitational pull into a black hole.


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« Reply #261 on: 02-10-2019, 05:45:34 »
Ovo je sve za sada prilična spekulacija, rad na kome se članak zasniva nije još ni publikovan, ali je zanimljivo:
 
 If Planet 9 Is Actually a Black Hole, It Completely Changes How We Understand Our Universe

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« Reply #262 on: 04-10-2019, 04:52:01 »
    Scientists start mapping the hidden web that scaffolds the universe
 

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After counting all the normal, luminous matter in the obvious places of the universe – galaxies, clusters of galaxies and the intergalactic medium – about half of it is still missing. So not only is 85% of the matter in the universe made up of an unknown, invisible substance dubbed “dark matter”, we can’t even find all the small amount of normal matter that should be there.
This is known as the “missing baryons” problem. Baryons are particles that emit or absorb light, like protons, neutrons or electrons, which make up the matter we see around us. The baryons unaccounted for are thought to be hidden in filamentary structures permeating the entire universe, also known as “the cosmic web”.
         
 
Evo studije na kojoj je članak baziran  ako neko želi da se napoji direkt sa izvora (i ako plaća pretplatu..):

 
Gas filaments of the cosmic web located around active galaxies in a protocluster   

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Re: Pitanja u vezi sa astronomijom/astrofizikom
« Reply #263 on: 07-10-2019, 11:55:58 »
[/b]Evo studije na kojoj je članak baziran  ako neko želi da se napoji direkt sa izvora (i ako plaća pretplatu..):

 
Gas filaments of the cosmic web located around active galaxies in a protocluster   

ArXiv je majka svih arhiva ;)

https://arxiv.org/abs/1910.01324

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« Reply #264 on: 19-10-2019, 05:56:59 »
Evo, kome se čita studija koja tvrdi da je verovatnoća da u univerzumu ima još inteligentnog života zapravo mnogo manja nego što smo do sada mislili:
 
 
Dissolving the Fermi Paradox
 
 
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The Fermi paradox is the conflict between an expectation of a high ex ante probability of intelligent life elsewhere in the universe and the
apparently lifeless universe we in fact observe. The expectation that the universe should be teeming with intelligent life is linked to models like the Drake equation, which suggest that even if the probability of intelligent life developing at a given site is small, the sheer multitude
of possible sites should nonetheless yield a large number of potentially observable civilizations. We show that this conflict arises from the use of Drake-like equations, which implicitly assume certainty regarding highly uncertain parameters. We examine these parameters, incorporating models of chemical and genetic transitions on paths to the origin of life, and show that extant scientific knowledge orresponds to uncertainties that span multiple orders of magnitude. This makes a stark difference. When the model is recat to represent realistic distributions of uncertainty, we find a substantial ex ante probability of there being no other intelligent life in ou observable universe, and thus that there should be little surprise whenwe fail to detect any signs of it. This result dissolves the Fermi paradox,
and in doing so removes any need to invoke speculative mechanisms by which civilizations would inevitably fail to have observable effects upon the universe.

 
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