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  • Do you ever think what will happen when a star sucked up into the black hole ??
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As the black hole swallows a star, a huge get of plasma is burped out, spanning hundreds of light years. Again when the star is ripped apart by the gravitational forces of the black hole , some parts of the star's  remain fall into the black hole, while the rest is ejected at high speed .
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  • Do you ever think what will happen when a star sucked up into the black hole ??
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    As the black hole swallows a star, a huge get of plasma is burped out, spanning hundreds of light years. Again when the star is ripped apart by the gravitational forces of the black hole , some parts of the star's remain fall into the black hole, while the rest is ejected at high speed .
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  • Did you know?🤔🙄
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✨Neutron star is a celestial object of very small radius (typically 30 km) and very high density, composed predominantly of closely packed neutrons. Neutron stars are thought to form by the gravitational collapse of the remnant of a massive star after a supernova explosion, provided that the star is insufficiently massive to produce a black hole.
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    ✨Neutron star is a celestial object of very small radius (typically 30 km) and very high density, composed predominantly of closely packed neutrons. Neutron stars are thought to form by the gravitational collapse of the remnant of a massive star after a supernova explosion, provided that the star is insufficiently massive to produce a black hole.
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  •  42  0  11 hours ago
  • "Why Physics?"

I was born into a family where I got acquainted with science from a very young age. For as long as I can remember, there was always a small microscope at home, the names of scientists were often present at meal talks, science books weren't scarce, and I had already a good knowledge of renowned names in science thanks to various biographies and  movies. It is of no surprise that I came to love science. Biology, physics, chemistry and medicine. My life is one way or another connected to these areas of knowledge. My love of physics probably began with astrophysics, more specifically through the work of Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking and the documentaries I watched concerning astrophysics & astronomy. I must have been around seven to eight years of age, and I was fascinated by this. Discovering this new world was the beginning of a great adventure, and now that I know what I'm doing, and adventure that brought me to where I am. I fell in love with physics. I fell in love with the unsolved questions that linger ready to be answered, by the myriad of mathematical equations which meant little to my seven year old self, by the intricate mechanism that moves the Earth and the universe. 

However, as the years passed and I got to know other and diverse subjects, and they were the ones that influenced me during my primary and secondary school years. It wasn't until probably two years ago that I seriously began to consider physics as a degree I could take in University. And especially, while taking physics as a subject for the LC, I was nurturing that decision. Doing Physics gave me a priceless insight into what the subject is really like. I decided to do online courses in my own time, to delve deeper into the areas of physics, at a more difficult level. This was what I enjoyed doing best, and the more challenges placed upon the way, the happier I was. There's just something about physics that is so fulfilling and beautiful, a new theorem, understand how a formula works, etc.

However, it took me a while to understand that this was truly what I wanted to do, that a physics degree was the path I wanted to pursue. Thankfully, what I finally chose. ⚛️🕊️
  • "Why Physics?"

    I was born into a family where I got acquainted with science from a very young age. For as long as I can remember, there was always a small microscope at home, the names of scientists were often present at meal talks, science books weren't scarce, and I had already a good knowledge of renowned names in science thanks to various biographies and  movies. It is of no surprise that I came to love science. Biology, physics, chemistry and medicine. My life is one way or another connected to these areas of knowledge. My love of physics probably began with astrophysics, more specifically through the work of Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking and the documentaries I watched concerning astrophysics & astronomy. I must have been around seven to eight years of age, and I was fascinated by this. Discovering this new world was the beginning of a great adventure, and now that I know what I'm doing, and adventure that brought me to where I am. I fell in love with physics. I fell in love with the unsolved questions that linger ready to be answered, by the myriad of mathematical equations which meant little to my seven year old self, by the intricate mechanism that moves the Earth and the universe. 

    However, as the years passed and I got to know other and diverse subjects, and they were the ones that influenced me during my primary and secondary school years. It wasn't until probably two years ago that I seriously began to consider physics as a degree I could take in University. And especially, while taking physics as a subject for the LC, I was nurturing that decision. Doing Physics gave me a priceless insight into what the subject is really like. I decided to do online courses in my own time, to delve deeper into the areas of physics, at a more difficult level. This was what I enjoyed doing best, and the more challenges placed upon the way, the happier I was. There's just something about physics that is so fulfilling and beautiful, a new theorem, understand how a formula works, etc.

    However, it took me a while to understand that this was truly what I wanted to do, that a physics degree was the path I wanted to pursue. Thankfully, what I finally chose. ⚛️🕊️

  •  12  1  11 hours ago
  • Força Elástica.
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F = K.x
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onde K = constante elástica da mola. 
x = deformação da mola.
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 A força elástica é a força exercida sobre um corpo que possui elasticidade, por exemplo, uma mola, borracha ou elástico. Essa força determina, portanto, a deformação desse corpo quando ele se estica ou se comprime. Isso dependerá da direção da força aplicada. ______________________________________________
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  • Força Elástica.
    .......
    F = K.x
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    onde K = constante elástica da mola.
    x = deformação da mola.
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    A força elástica é a força exercida sobre um corpo que possui elasticidade, por exemplo, uma mola, borracha ou elástico. Essa força determina, portanto, a deformação desse corpo quando ele se estica ou se comprime. Isso dependerá da direção da força aplicada. ______________________________________________
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  •  43  3  12 hours ago
  • 🥚AIR PRESSURE🥚 How can you squeeze a boiled egg into a bottle without damaging it?⬇️
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When the lit paper is dropped into the bottle, it heats the air which then expands, forcing some out the bottle. When the flame goes out, the air cools and contracts. The air pressure is now greater outside the bottle than inside, so the egg is forced in!
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  • 🥚AIR PRESSURE🥚 How can you squeeze a boiled egg into a bottle without damaging it?⬇️
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    👩🏻‍🔬 follow @sciencewithhazel for awesome science videos and explanations
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    When the lit paper is dropped into the bottle, it heats the air which then expands, forcing some out the bottle. When the flame goes out, the air cools and contracts. The air pressure is now greater outside the bottle than inside, so the egg is forced in!
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  •  49  3  12 hours ago
  • Different way to open a can.⁣
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The repetitive motion pushes the aluminium grooves at the tab to its limits, fatiguing the seal at its weakest point allowing atmospheric pressure within the can to pop it open.⁣
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follow @techno_content to learn everyday.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
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  • Different way to open a can.⁣

    The repetitive motion pushes the aluminium grooves at the tab to its limits, fatiguing the seal at its weakest point allowing atmospheric pressure within the can to pop it open.⁣
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    follow @techno_content to learn everyday.⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
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  •  1  0  12 hours ago
  • A team of astronomers at The Ohio State University watched a star disappear and possibly become a black hole. Instead of becoming a black hole through the expected process of a supernova, the black hole candidate formed through a "failed supernova."
"Massive fails" like this one in a nearby galaxy could explain why astronomers rarely see supernovae from the most massive stars, said Christopher Kochanek, professor of astronomy at The Ohio State University and the Ohio Eminent Scholar in Observational Cosmology.
As many as 30 percent of such stars, it seems, may quietly collapse into black holes — no supernova required.
"The typical view is that a star can form a black hole only after it goes supernova," Kochanek explained. "If a star can fall short of a supernova and still make a black hole, that would help to explain why we don’t see supernovae from the most massive stars."
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  • A team of astronomers at The Ohio State University watched a star disappear and possibly become a black hole. Instead of becoming a black hole through the expected process of a supernova, the black hole candidate formed through a "failed supernova."
    "Massive fails" like this one in a nearby galaxy could explain why astronomers rarely see supernovae from the most massive stars, said Christopher Kochanek, professor of astronomy at The Ohio State University and the Ohio Eminent Scholar in Observational Cosmology.
    As many as 30 percent of such stars, it seems, may quietly collapse into black holes — no supernova required.
    "The typical view is that a star can form a black hole only after it goes supernova," Kochanek explained. "If a star can fall short of a supernova and still make a black hole, that would help to explain why we don’t see supernovae from the most massive stars."
    Credits for information:- NASA
    Image Credits: NASA, ESA, and C. Kochanek (OSU)
    Post credit @_space_pirate2.0
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  •  7,284  82  13 hours ago
  • Hey Guys!! 
I have posted this because sometimes we forget the correct one and put the value of something else . 😁😅
If,it has happened with you PLEASE SHARE IT IN THE COMMENTS.
Best ones you all will choose by liking the comments. 
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  • Hey Guys!!
    I have posted this because sometimes we forget the correct one and put the value of something else . 😁😅
    If,it has happened with you PLEASE SHARE IT IN THE COMMENTS.
    Best ones you all will choose by liking the comments.
    So, I hope you all will like to play this.
    #physicsclass #physicsjokes #geophysics #particlephysics #physicsfun #carphysics #theoreticalphysics #physicslovers #physicslab #physicsisfun #physicsstudent #physicsfacts #physicsmajor #physicstoy #physicsteacher #physicslove #physicsnotes #physicslover #physicsoftheuniverse #biophysics #physicssucks #constants #questionoftheday #questionmark #questionedisguardi #questionsandanswers #questionlook #questionable #questiontime #questionandanswer

  •  35  66  13 hours ago
  • #HiggsBoson or the infamous #godparticle has perhaps been one of the biggest discoveries of our time. The news spread like wildfire when the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) announced its detection in 2012, using the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The Higgs boson is, if nothing else, the most expensive particle of all time. It’s a bit of an unfair comparison; discovering the electron, for instance, required little more than a vacuum tube and some genuine genius, while finding the Higgs boson required the creation of experimental energies rarely seen before on planet Earth. The Large Hadron Collider hardly needs any introduction, being one of the most famous and successful scientific experiments of all time, but the identity of its primary target particle is still shrouded in mystery for much of the public. It’s been called the God Particle, but thanks to the efforts of literally thousands of scientists, we no longer have to take its existence on faith.The very popular nickname for this mysterious particle was created for the title of a book by Nobel Prize winning physicist, Leon Lederman, but reportedly against his will, as Lederman has said he wanted to call it the "Goddamn Particle" because "nobody could find the thing.

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  • #HiggsBoson or the infamous #godparticle has perhaps been one of the biggest discoveries of our time. The news spread like wildfire when the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) announced its detection in 2012, using the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The Higgs boson is, if nothing else, the most expensive particle of all time. It’s a bit of an unfair comparison; discovering the electron, for instance, required little more than a vacuum tube and some genuine genius, while finding the Higgs boson required the creation of experimental energies rarely seen before on planet Earth. The Large Hadron Collider hardly needs any introduction, being one of the most famous and successful scientific experiments of all time, but the identity of its primary target particle is still shrouded in mystery for much of the public. It’s been called the God Particle, but thanks to the efforts of literally thousands of scientists, we no longer have to take its existence on faith.The very popular nickname for this mysterious particle was created for the title of a book by Nobel Prize winning physicist, Leon Lederman, but reportedly against his will, as Lederman has said he wanted to call it the "Goddamn Particle" because "nobody could find the thing.

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  •  28  0  13 hours ago
  • Frame dragging😍😍
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Frame-dragging is an effect on spacetime, predicted by Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity.
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That is due to non-static stationary distributions of mass–energy. 
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A stationary field is one that is in a steady state, but the masses causing that field may be non-static ⁠— rotating, for instance. 
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  • Frame dragging😍😍
    Follow @scienceinn for more...
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    Frame-dragging is an effect on spacetime, predicted by Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity.
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    That is due to non-static stationary distributions of mass–energy.
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    A stationary field is one that is in a steady state, but the masses causing that field may be non-static ⁠— rotating, for instance.
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  •  648  21  14 hours ago

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