Albert Einstein

A Rare Manuscript Featuring Albert Einstein's Early Calculations For His Theory Of Relativity Sold...

A manuscript showing early calculations of Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity at Christie's auction house in Paris.Alain Jocard/Getty Images A rare manuscript with notes made by Albert Einstein was auctioned for more than $13...
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Rare Einstein Papers Set Record At Paris Auction

Albert Einstein's handwritten notes for the theory of relativity fetched a record 11.6 million euros ($13 million) at an auction in Paris on Tuesday.
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Astronomy Jargon 101: Wormholes

In this series we are exploring the weird and wonderful world of astronomy jargon! Take a strange trip through today’s topic: wormholes! Albert Einstein and Nathan Rosen were the first to realize that wormholes might exist. First...
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How To Understand Einstein's Equation For General Relativity

The Einstein field equations appear very simple, but they encode a tremendous amount of complexity. What looks like one compact equation is actually 16 complicated ones, relating the curvature of spacetime to the matter and energy in the...
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'tsunami' Of Cosmic Gravitational Waves Offers Key To Probing Mystery Of Universe's Evolution

Although Albert Einstein introduced the phenomenon known as gravitational waves, scientists were only able to test general relativity for their presence six years ago, after scientists at the LIGO and Virgo collaboration detected for the first time...
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Key Witness Helps Scientists Detect 'spooky' Quantum Entanglement In Solid Materials

Quantum entanglement occurs when two particles appear to communicate without a physical connection, a phenomenon Albert Einstein famously called "spooky action at a distance." Nearly 90 years later, a team led by the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak...
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Expansion Of The Universe May Directly Impact Black Hole Growth

Over the past 6 years, gravitational wave observatories have been detecting black hole mergers, verifying a major prediction of Albert Einstein’s theory of gravity. But there is a problem – many of these black holes are unexpectedly large. Now,...
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Researchers Set 'ultrabroadband' Record With Entangled Photons

Quantum entanglement—or what Albert Einstein once referred to as "spooky action at a distance"— occurs when two quantum particles are connected to each other, even when millions of miles apart. Any observation of one particle affects the other...
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'liquid' Light Shows Social Behaviour

Could photons, light particles, really condense? And how will this "liquid light" behave? Condensed light is an example of a Bose-Einstein condensate: The theory has been there for 100 years, but University of Twente researchers have now...

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Nasa Lucy Mission Will Carry Words Of Einstein, Carl Sagan And Beatles Into Space - Cnet

Lucy in the darkness of space with John, Paul, George and Ringo.
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Hubble Image Shows Beautiful Einstein Ring

The image shown below was taken by the ESA/Hubble team in December 2020. The image shows the most complete Einstein Ring ever discovered. The discovery of the Einstein Ring enabled scientists to develop a lensing model allowing the study of the...
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Einstein’s 'most Valuable Manuscript Ever' On Theory Of Relativity May Fetch Up To $4 Mlm At...

The rare document, written between June 1913 and early 1914, has equations scribbled all over it and is riddled with corrections and crossings-out. It offers a glimpse into how the theoretical scientist tackled a crucial stage in the development of...
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Michio Kaku Shares About His Lifelong Quest For A 'theory Of Everything'

The theoretical physicist talks about the book that even Albert Einstein couldn't finish, the inner-workings of the multiverse and the long-sought effort to unite all the forces of nature in a single equation.
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How To Understand Einstein's Equation For General Relativity

The Einstein field equations appear very simple, but they encode a tremendous amount of complexity. What looks like one compact equation is actually 16 complicated ones, relating the curvature of spacetime to the matter and energy in the...
Related topics: Relativity

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Is Gravity A Quantum Force?

Einstein’s theory of general relativity, which describes gravity as a curvature of space-time, explains a multitude of gravitational phenomena. But that theory falls apart within the tiniest of volumes – the center of a black hole or the...
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Enhancing Photoelectric Efficiency

Albert Einstein might have called this research at Michigan State University a much-needed study. Einstein won a Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921 for explaining the photoelectric effect.
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Gap Solitons Break One-dimensional Coherent Atomic Systems

As the core of the light field modulation technologies, optical lattice has highly tunability and is usually used to manipulate the nonlinear matter waves of Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC). At present, the mainstream researches focus on coherent...

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What A Perfect Gravitational Lens

A stunning new photograph from the Hubble Space Telescope shows a nearly perfect Einstein Ring, an effect caused by gravitational lensing. This is one of the most complete Einstein Rings ever seen. Gravitational lenses occur when a massive...
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Evolutionary 'time Travel' Reveals Enzyme's Origins, Possible Future Designs

"The distinction between the past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion," Albert Einstein wrote. Now, researchers have used evolutionary "time travel" to study how an enzyme has evolved, with implications for future design....

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Cosmic Rays May Be Key To Understanding Galactic Dynamics

Cosmic rays are charged subnuclear particles that move close to the speed of light, constantly raining down on the Earth. These particles are relativistic, as defined by Albert Einstein's special relativity, and manage to generate a magnetic field...
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