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Energy In a Dying Universe

Energy In a Dying Universe

Everyone knows that energy that goes in to a black hole is trapped forever. Slipping past the event horizon, falling infinitely into an infinitely empty, infinitely deep and yet still infinitely dense well, concentrated in an infinitely small pebble at the bottom. We all know this energy is trapped forever... or is it?
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The Beginning Of Our Universe

By: Arthur Pandey, Journalist
Technically, the universe expanded from an explosion which is called The Big Bang. As space quickly expanded, the universe cooled and matter was formed. One second after the Big Bang, according to scientists, the universe was filled with tons of neutrons, protons, electrons, anti-electrons, photons and neutrinos.
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Spacecrafts

By: Marija Petrushevska , Journalist
Space crafts were built to explore in space and discover the unknown. The first reusable spacecraft by NASA was launched in 1981.
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How do black holes form?

By: Ali Iskandar, Journalist
A black hole takes up zero space, but does have mass — originally, most of the mass that used to be a star. And black holes get “bigger” (technically, more massive) as they consume matter near them. The bigger they are, the larger a zone of “no return” they have, where anything entering their territory is irrevocably lost to the black hole. This point of no return is called the event horizon.
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Landing the Space Shuttle

The space shuttle faced a problem when landing, it was orbiting Earth at over 17,000 mph with almost no air resistance or engine power to help slow it down.
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SpaceX vs Blue Origin

By: Jason Reznikov, Journalist
The billionaire space race that has been taking place for about 20 years has finally hit mainstream media as new innovations and promises take the world by storm.
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Ceres: A Planet That May Hold Water

By: Jason Reznikov, Journalist
Scientists believe that Ceres may have held a liquid ocean in the past.
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The Heat Death/Big Freeze Theory

By: Thomas Ahern, Journalist
A question I'm sure that many have asked is "How will the universe end." Well, the Heat Death/Big Freeze is a possibility.
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How Satellites Helped Ukraine

By: Oliver Tabbal, Journalist
The ongoing Russia-Ukraine war is bad, but there is a way that other countries can help. That is satellites, whether for communication or imagery, and they are saving lives and helping Ukraine every day.
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Is There Life Out There? Mars

By: Dannia Rajo Carballo, Journalist

There has always been a question about whether or not aliens exist, or if there is any sort of life on another planet. Well, scientists have discovered evidence that shows signs of liquid water on Mars,...

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Axial Tilt

The four seasons are caused by the axial tilt of the earth, also called obliquity, but what if the axial tilt of the earth changed?
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The Theory of General Relativity is… Complicated

By: Max Harr-Robins, Journalist
The theory of general relativity was created by Albert Einstein in 1916 and shows that space isn’t just a stage that is unmoving, but a warping environment that can get “bent”. Masses bend the spacetime around it and the heavier the mass, the more bent spacetime is.
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