Matter, Dark Matter, and Anti-Matter

In Search of the Hidden Universe

Author: Alain Mazure,Vincent Le Brun

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 144198822X

Category: Science

Page: 172

View: 5853

DOWNLOAD NOW »

For over ten years, the dark side of the universe has been headline news. Detailed studies of the rotation of spiral galaxies, and 'mirages' created by clusters of galaxies bending the light from very remote objects, have convinced astronomers of the presence of large quantities of dark (unseen) matter in the cosmos. The most striking fact is that they seem to compromise about 95% of the matter/energy content of the universe. As for ordinary matter, although we are immersed in a sea of dark particles, including primordial neutrinos and photons from fossil cosmological radiation, both we and our environment are made of ordinary, 'baryonic' matter. Authors Mazure and Le Brun present the inventory of matter, baryonic and exotic, and investigating the nature and fate of matter's twin, anti-matter. They show how technological progress has been a result of basic research, in tandem with the evolution of new ideas, and how the combined effect of these advances might help lift the cosmic veil.
Release

The Spacetime Origin Of the Universe With Visible Dark Matter & Energy

Author: Vladimir Ginzburg

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0967143268

Category: Science

Page: 348

View: 9866

DOWNLOAD NOW »

The Universal Spacetime Theory (UST) is the main subject of this book. It attempts to answer some very interesting questions related to the science and philosophy: * What is the origin of the Universe? * How was the Universe created out of nothing? * What are the structure and properties of ordinary matter that makes up less than 5% of the Universe? * What are the structure and properties of dark matter that occupies about 27% of the Universe? * What are the structure and properties of the dark energy that occupies roughly 68% of the Universe? * Is the communication possible with superluminal velocity?
Release

In Search of Dark Matter

Author: Ken Freeman,Geoff McNamara

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387276181

Category: Science

Page: 158

View: 695

DOWNLOAD NOW »

Written for the educated non-scientist and scientist alike, it spans a variety of scientific disciplines, from observational astronomy to particle physics. Concepts that the reader will encounter along the way are at the cutting edge of scientific research. However the themes are explained in such a way that no prior understanding of science beyond a high school education is necessary.
Release

The Cosmos

Astronomy in the New Millennium

Author: Jay M. Pasachoff,Alex Filippenko

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108431380

Category: Nature

Page: 732

View: 4097

DOWNLOAD NOW »

Explains the fundamentals of astronomy together with the hottest current topics in this field, such as exoplanets and gravitational waves.
Release

Cosmic Dawn

The Search for the First Stars and Galaxies

Author: George Rhee

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1461478138

Category: Science

Page: 279

View: 5913

DOWNLOAD NOW »

This book takes the reader on an exploration of the structure and evolution of our universe. The basis for our knowledge is the Big Bang theory of the expanding universe. This book then tells the story of our search for the first stars and galaxies using current and planned telescopes. These telescopes are marvels of technology far removed from Galileo's first telescope but continuing astronomy in his ground breaking spirit. We show the reader how these first stars and galaxies shaped the universe we see today. This story is one of the great scientific adventures of all time.
Release

Prime Elements of Ordinary Matter, Dark Matter & Dark Energy

Beyond Standard Model & String Theory

Author: Vladimir B. Ginzburg,Tatyana V. Ginzburg

Publisher: Universal-Publishers

ISBN: 1581129467

Category: Science

Page: 434

View: 1427

DOWNLOAD NOW »

The book describes a history of the vortex theory. Introduced at the dawn of science almost 2600 years ago, it had passed through five phases of accumulation of its strength by absorbing the discoveries made during the Greek civilization, the Copernicus Revolution, the age of electromagnetism, the atomic age, and the information age. During the first four phases (see Chapters 1 through 12 of this book), the development of the vortex theory followed the same misfortunate pattern. Each time, this theory managed to bring attention of a new generation of brilliant scientists, who were enchanted by a deep physical meaning of its basic concept. But, although they employed the latest advances in science, none of them was able to produce a mathematical tool making the vortex theory practically usable. The fifth phase began in 1993 with the discovery of a unique spacetime spiral element, called the toryx. The toryx is a particular case of a multiple-level dynamic spiral with a poetic name helicola that describes the paths of all moving celestial bodies in our universe. The ability of the toryx to be turned inside out made it perfect for modeling the polarized prime elements of matter. A close offspring of the toryx called the helyx turned out to be ideal for modeling the polarized prime elements of the radiation particles. This discovery led to the development of a new version of the vortex theory called Three-Dimensional Spiral String Theory (3D-SST) outlined in Chapters 13 through 16.
Release

Clocks in the Sky

The Story of Pulsars

Author: Geoff McNamara

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780387765624

Category: Science

Page: 190

View: 6175

DOWNLOAD NOW »

Pulsars are rapidly spinning neutron stars, the collapsed cores of once massive stars that ended their lives as supernova explosions. In this book, Geoff McNamara explores the history, subsequent discovery and contemporary research into pulsar astronomy. The story of pulsars is brought right up to date with the announcement in 2006 of a new breed of pulsar, Rotating Radio Transients (RRATs), which emit short bursts of radio signals separated by long pauses. These may outnumber conventional radio pulsars by a ratio of four to one. Geoff McNamara ends by pointing out that, despite the enormous success of pulsar research in the second half of the twentieth century, the real discoveries are yet to be made including, perhaps, the detection of the hypothetical pulsar black hole binary system by the proposed Square Kilometre Array - the largest single radio telescope in the world.
Release