Detecting Exotic Quark-Gluon Plasma

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Series 23 Episode 45


*Using colliding neutron stars to detect exotic quark-gluon plasma

New computer modeling has suggested an exotic substance called quark-gluon plasma generated by the merging neutron stars could be detected through gravitational waves.


*Jovian like cloud bands discovered on nearest Brown Dwarf

Astronomers have discovered that the nearest brown dwarf to Earth – has cloud bands similar to those seen around Jupiter.


*Ariane 6 still on track for maiden flight this year

Well despite setbacks caused by the global COVID-19 corona virus pandemic – the Maiden flight of the European Space agency’s new Ariane 6 rocket is still slated to take place before the end of this year – launching 30 small OneWeb broadband satellites into orbit.


*The Science Report

Scientists say hydroxychloroquine worth further study as a treatment for COVID-19.

Warnings that cell phones could be acting as ‘Trojan horses’ for coronavirus.

Logging found to have had a profound effect on the catastrophic Australian bushfires.

Discovery of the most complete crazy beast fossils ever found.

Iran’s fake coronavirus detector.


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