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#1 2021-07-12 13:00:11

Mars_B4_Moon
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Cosmology - Pulsars, Blackholes, GravityWaves, DarkEnergy, Galactic

Thousands of galaxies classified in a blink of an eye
https://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Thou … e_999.html

Astronomers have designed and trained a computer program which can classify tens of thousands of galaxies in just a few seconds, a task that usually takes months to accomplish.

In new researchm astrophysicists from Australia have used machine learning to speed up a process that is often done manually by astronomers and citizen scientists around the world.

I did a search for Galaxy stuff on newmars but when I search it doesnt return what I'm looking for and it mostly returns Hubble Repair type topics.  I thought I could make a new thread here on 'Out There' Cosmology type science, Dark Matter, Quantum Satellites, Galaxy formations, Graviton particles, Anti-Matter, Fermilab Cern stuff, Gravity a wave or a weird unknown dimensional particle Astronomers sometimes reckon they are close to discovering a new thing, a new break through or a mysterious particle that could fuel interstellar travel... i guess these topics in 'Cosmology' they are fringe-ish topics but the science of Cosmology is real, it isn't really science fiction and might one day be applied to a future colony on Mars or the Moon or Europa or some far off exoplanet.

The next Cern on the Lunar surface?

A very high energy hadron collider on the Moon
https://arxiv.org/abs/2106.02048

Quantum computers are already detangling nature’s mysteries
https://www.wired.co.uk/article/quantum-computing

Astronomers use artificial intelligence to reveal the true shape of universe
https://www.wionews.com/science/astrono … rse-396217

Phantom energy and dark gravity: Explaining the dark side of the universe
https://www.space.com/dark-gravity-phantom-energy

Our modern Cosmology seems to try and blend a lot of the fringe sciences it is dominated by the a scientifically accepted concept the Big Bang theory, many of the ideas in Cosmology can acutally be observed or expermineted on now or in the near future, it is a science which attempts to bring together far out observational astronomy and lab science like particle physics, Cosmology attempts to build some kind of universal model of sorts, they might use fringe ideas like wormholes and dark matter to explain certain mathematical problems while some modern advances to confirm ideas in Cosmology include observations of the microwave background. Some cosmology  simulations have suggested that Andromeda and the Milky Way are scheduled for a head-on collision in about 4 billion to 5 billion years around the same time our Earth will be too hot and our Sun eats it.

and yes the Hubble itself is a very important instrument for studying Galaxies, looking for Dark Matter and studying Cosmology
http://www.nasa.gov/hubble/
http://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/hst
http://www.cadc-ccda.hia-iha.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/en/hst/

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#2 2021-07-26 05:55:18

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Re: Cosmology - Pulsars, Blackholes, GravityWaves, DarkEnergy, Galactic

The Gravity Particle, Gravitons or Waves?



A Gravitational Wave Observatory on the Moon Could "Hear" 70% of the Observable Universe
https://www.universetoday.com/151959/a- … -universe/

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#3 2021-07-26 06:49:36

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Re: Cosmology - Pulsars, Blackholes, GravityWaves, DarkEnergy, Galactic

For Mars_B4_Moon re new topic

Best wishes for success with this new topic!

This post will be available for an Index if members like particular contributions and want to find them quickly.

Index to topic:

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#4 2021-07-26 17:19:16

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Re: Cosmology - Pulsars, Blackholes, GravityWaves, DarkEnergy, Galactic

The embedded search function gets some stuff but misses quite a bit. Use the advance function for digging into the forum with the google search.

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#5 2021-07-26 17:49:50

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Re: Cosmology - Pulsars, Blackholes, GravityWaves, DarkEnergy, Galactic

For SpaceNut re #4

For members (like me) or non-member readers, where is the "advanced" function for search?

I don't see the word "advanced" in Search, either before logging in or after.  It may be right there ??? but I don't see it.

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#6 2021-07-26 19:01:12

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Re: Cosmology - Pulsars, Blackholes, GravityWaves, DarkEnergy, Galactic

You found it in the peak oil response as its not part of the forum search but part of the bing, google and other search platforms....


As for the moon as an observatory for space thats a bonus as it shield much of the noise of the sun from the outward path but since its got gravity its going to interfere with picking up the faint ripple of its wave.

The LEGO trio is using laser to communicate the presence of a wave as it will not stay locked as it vibrates by the satelite.

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#7 2021-08-06 08:00:21

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Re: Cosmology - Pulsars, Blackholes, GravityWaves, DarkEnergy, Galactic

Space – Space-based neutrino detector being built in Wichita, Kansas
https://fintechzoom.com/fintech_news_sp … ta-kansas/

Hubble Observes Multiply-Imaged, Gravitationally Lensed Supernova
http://www.sci-news.com/astronomy/hubbl … 09873.html

Astrophysicists Say Our Universe Could Actually Be a Giant 3D Donut
https://www.sciencealert.com/astrophysi … t-3d-donut

Chinese plans
Tiangong Space Station: Scientific Experiments Ranging from Dark Matter to Cancer Research Planned
https://www.scientificamerican.com/arti … periments/
Over 1000 experiments from dark matter and gravitational waves to the growth of cancer
Mars Society – Peru Chapter and the Mars Society Spain may also have experiments on the China station

Scientists solve decades-long mystery of how Jupiter heats itself
https://www.openaccessgovernment.org/ju … at/116960/

Scientists, in collaboration with NASA, have finally solved the decades-long mystery of how the planet Jupiter heats itself

This German Observatory Has Created The Most Detailed Map Of Black Holes Ever
https://wonderfulengineering.com/this-g … oles-ever/

Test quantum mechanics in space — invest US$1 billion
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-02091-8

NASA's Fermi Spots a Supernova's 'Fizzled' Gamma-ray Burst
https://www.spacedaily.com/reports/NASA … t_999.html

It’s Time NASA Built A ‘Cosmic Dawn’ Telescope On The Moon—And It Has Four Astonishing Plans To Choose From
https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamiecarte … oose-from/


SpaceNut wrote:

As for the moon as an observatory for space thats a bonus as it shield much of the noise of the sun from the outward path but since its got gravity its going to interfere with picking up the faint ripple of its wave.

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I remember a few discussions here about Experiments or Radio Telescopes on the Moon, if I find an old thread with up to date info I might try bump it.

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#8 2021-09-15 16:13:23

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Re: Cosmology - Pulsars, Blackholes, GravityWaves, DarkEnergy, Galactic

NASA finally announces the launch date for its highly-anticipated James Webb space telescope
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech … ember.html

Weird Muons May Point to New Particles and Forces of Nature
https://www.scientificamerican.com/arti … of-nature/

Astrophysicists Spot an Exoplanet With the Potential To Form Moons
https://scitechdaily.com/astrophysicist … orm-moons/

Harvesting Black Holes to power a civilization
https://astrobites.org/2021/09/15/black … on-sphere/

Type I civilizations use all the energy of their home planet. Type II civilizations use all the power of their home star, and Type III civilizations use the energy from all stars in their home galaxy. Humanity does not even classify as a Type I civilization  on this scale, so we are relatively unadvanced from a cosmic perspective. But how could more advanced aliens obtain enough energy to progress beyond type II, ? Todays’ paper discusses an intriguing possibility: harvesting black holes.

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