When suffering from an illness that requires a lot of attention, many of us tend to do the wrong thing and focus all our energy on it. We let it become a big part of our lives and eventually it begins to take over our lives. We … READ MORE
Meet MS0735.6+7421: a galaxy cluster located at a distance of 2.6 billion light-years from Earth, in the constellation of Camelopardalis. Like all clusters, MS0735.6+7421 (we’ll call it MS0735 for short) is a loose collection of galaxies that are held together by the force of gravity. via Astronomy Photo of the Day — MS0735.6+7421.
GreetingsEarlier, I had been having a second blog to focus on writing some basic stuff in the laboratory. But the blog has been now inactive for more than a year and half. I plan to close the blog since I cannot keep it up. But then completely deleting the blog will close down a great deal of information that I have put down. Many posts have had more than 3K+ views each. So, I will migrate posts one by one to this blog so that the content will be out there. All the posts will be posted as Lab
Capitanian event a mass extinction. A group of paleontologists would like to add a sixth mass extinction event that occurred at the end of […] Read more
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