Tagged Energy

HAWC Observatory to study universe’s most energetic phenomena

Supernovae, neutron star collisions and active galactic nuclei are among the most energetic phenomena in the known universe. These violent explosions produce high-energy gamma rays and cosmic rays, which can easily travel large distances—making it possible to see objects and events far outside our own galaxy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Phys.org…

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High-energy partnership

A new facility should help advance understanding of black holes, supernovae and the origins of our universe. Today, the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), the U.S. Department of Energy and Mexico’s Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACYT) inaugurated a new gamma ray astrophysics facility known as the High Altitude Read Full Article Here For…

Visualizing U.K. and U.S. Energy Flows

By Melissa C. Lott Where does it comes from? Where does it go? These two questions were asked last summer here on Plugged In with respect to the energy use in the United States. Now, let’s take a look at energy… — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Scientific…

[Perspective] All that glitters need not be gold

By Alexandra Boltasseva Recent years have seen dramatic growth in the field of nanoscale optics. The advantages of nanophotonics—wide bandwidth, no cross-talk, high speed, and compactness—are key factors enabling optical technologies that have an impact on many areas of society, including information and communications, imaging and sensing, health care, energy, manufacturing, and national Read Full…

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