Post Profile

Viewpoint: Inside a Plasma Shock

Author(s): Takanobu Amano Satellites orbiting near the edge of Earth’s magnetosphere have measured the velocities of ions accelerated by a shockwave with unprecedented temporal resolution. [Physics 9, 117] Published Wed Oct 12, 2016
read more


Related Posts

Lunar Impact! Moon Probe's 'Temporal' Images Reveals New Crater | Video

Academics / General Science : Live Science

Before and after images, also known as a temporal pair, of a region on the moon shows a new crater has formed. NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiters snapped the first in Oct. 2012 and the second, now showing a crater, in April 2013.

China's quantum satellite could make data breaches a thing of the past

Academics / Physics : Physorg: Physics

China recently launched a satellite into orbit with a unique feature: it has the ability to send information securely, not with mathematical encryption but by using the fundamental laws of physics. China will be the first country to...

Viewpoint: Next Generation Clock Networks

Academics / Physics : American Physical Society

Author(s): Peter Wolf Free-space laser links have been used to synchronize optical clocks with an unprecedented uncertainty of femtoseconds. [Physics 9, 51] Published Wed May 11, 2016

Synopsis: Taking Pictures with Single Ions

Academics / Physics : American Physical Society

A new ion microscope with nanometer-scale resolution builds up images using single ions emitted one at a time from an ion trap. [Physics] Published Wed Jul 20, 2016

Earth's magnetosphere: Discovery of zebra stripes in space resolves a half-century mystery

Academics / General Science : ScienceDaily: Science Society

In the 1960s, NASA launched six satellites to study Earth's atmosphere, magnetosphere and the space between Earth and the moon. Using observations from those satellites, researchers have detected mysterious plasma waves in the Van A...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC