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The Milky Way's Most Recent Supernova Was Hidden... Until Now!

The brightest, most spectacular explosions in the Universe — supernovae — occur under two very special circumstances. One is when an ultra-massive star some 20, 50 or even 100 or more times the mass of our Sun, runs out of nuclear fuel in its core and reaches the end of its life. The inner core …

Universe

Supermassive Black Hole Simulations Suggest Dark Matter Origin

Cutting edge simulations have revealed for the first time exactly how the supermassive black holes at the heart of quasars were formed.<p>Quasars are some of the brightest objects in the visible universe and they are believed to contain supermassive black holes that are more than a billion times the …

Black Holes

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After spending a year in space, Scott Kelly retires from NASA

Astronaut Scott Kelly has a list of achievements other astronauts must envy and few will ever emulate, let alone surpass. Since 1999, Kelly has been …

Slumbering Supermassive Black Hole Hides In New Hubble Image, Video

An ordinary galaxy hosts an enormous, hidden black hole in a new Hubble view.<p>The newfound supermassive black hole embedded in the elliptical galaxy …

What Are These Strange Bright Spots on the Sun?

From our perch here on Earth, the sun seems pretty uniform from day to day. But a closer look in this new magnetic map reveals that it’s teeming with …

Astronomy

The mysterious boundary

A black hole’s event horizon is a one-way bridge to nowhere, a gateway to a netherworld cut off from the rest of the cosmos.<p>Understanding what …

A 'Great Wall' of galaxies 1 billion light-years wide may be the largest object ever found

As if staring up at the night sky didn't make us feel small already, astronomers have recently announced the discovery of the BOSS Great Wall, a group of superclusters that span roughly 1 billion light-years across and represents the largest structure ever found in space.<p>The BOSS Great Wall, which …

Mysterious repeating radio signals have been detected in deep space for the first time

These short-lived signals are known as 'fast radio bursts' (FRBs), and although we've heard them before, they were always thought to be one-off events coming from random locations.<p>But for the first time ever, researchers have now heard repeating signals, all emanating from a single unknown source …

This Incredibly Deep Space View Could Solve One of the Mysteries of Our Universe

This is one of the very deepest looks into space we’ll ever see, and when you look at it in comparison to other deep space shots, it reveals …

Universe

What Was That Glowing, Gassy Fountain on the Sun?

Last week, the moon cast daylight briefly away as it slid precisely between the sun and Earth. If you watched the resulting total solar eclipse – either in person (lucky you!) or on one of the many live broadcasts – you may have noticed the enormous fountain of gas that appeared to be erupting from …

Astronomers Discover The Biggest Object in The Universe So Far - The BOSS Great Wall

It's 1 billion light-years long.<p>As if staring up at the night sky didn’t make us feel small already, astronomers have recently announced the …

Top scientists explain how enormously exciting and important gravitational waves are

One hundred years ago, Albert Einstein published his general theory of relativity, which described how gravity warps and distorts space-time.<p>While this theory triggered a revolution in our understanding of the universe, it made one prediction that even Einstein doubted could be confirmed: the …

Explain it to me like I'm a kid: scientists try to make sense of gravitational waves

If you didn’t fully grasp Thursday’s blockbuster announcement that scientists had detected gravitational waves, ripples in the fabric of spacetime that were first anticipated by Albert Einstein a century ago, you were not alone.<p>We asked a few experts to explain it to us – to really break it down in …

Physics

Understanding Our Changing Universe

Whether it's ripples in the fabric of spacetime or evidence of a new planet, our understanding of the universe is changing once again.

Gravitational waves: A triumph for big science

<b>The first direct detection of gravitational waves is without doubt one of the most remarkable breakthroughs of our time. The</b> Advanced LIGO laboratories <b>in the US states of Washington and Louisiana have traced the warping of space from the merger of two black holes about 1.3 billion light-years from</b> …

Scientists Unmask Hundreds Of Galaxies Shrouded In The Milky Way's Dust

Step inside the Zone of Avoidance, if you dare.<p>Astronomers have peered through of the fog of the Milky Way to discover hundreds of previously hidden galaxies.<p>The dust and stars of our Milky Way had obstructed the view of these galaxies from Earth. Scientists knew of cosmic objects in the region, …

Climate change helps slow, not quicken, rising sea levels – NASA

Glaciers are still melting, but climate change is having an unexpected effect on sea levels, NASA has found. Satellites show 3.2 trillion tons of …

What goes on inside a black hole

Ever wanted to peek inside a black hole, even if just in theory? Kip Thorne, the physicist behind "Interstellar" and "Contact," takes us on a …

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During Hippies Era in Kathmandu

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Kirtipur with Langtang Mountain in Background in around 1960s. Unlike the other towns and settlements in the valley which are laid on plain or slighly sloped gorund, Kirtipur is a town laid on the hill top. The Kirtipur hill elongated along north south direction is one of the very few fortified towns of the country. It has a close relationship with the 6 nearby villages namely Satungal, Naikap, Panga, Boshigau, Lunkot, and Macchegau Photographed b: Toni Hagen

Singha Durbar & Surrounding in around 1950iesAD showing open agricultural fields in the background The Singha Durbar lost some of its part to the fire

New Road (Juddha Sadak) in the 1950s, looking towards Basantapur from New Road Gate. Damkal is the white building at the top of the street. Source: Kamal Ratna Tuladhar

Happy New Year Lets hope this New Year brings good to Nepal and Nepali Bisket Jatra Celebration in Bhaktapur Unknown date

साझा यातायात During 1965 Sajha Yatayat is a cooperative public transportation organization which was established in 1961/1962 to provide efficient and affordable public transportation to commuters in Kathmandu Valley, as well to inter-district travelers. In 2000s, the organization suffered some institutional turbulence, but now it has been revived, with the participation of the Government of Nepal, as a cooperative organization. Best of luck to the service Contributed by: SanZeev Andrez KarKi Main Sajha bus page:http://www.facebook.com/SajhaBus

Durbar margh in 1976AD during the construction of Statue of King Mahendra This is one of the best street in Kathmandu It has big trees, wide road and foot paths, and [used to] have uniform low rise buildings

Transformation with Time Boudhanath Area & Surrounding | 1970ies & 2010 AD Which direction are we heading actually?