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Blazars: Brightest jets in universe may provide clues to processes close to black holes

Six scientists from India, Serbia, and the USA studied some of the brightest blazers called TeV (Tera-electron Volt) blazars and found that they stand out as a semblance of stability of brightness among the blazar family in the short duration.


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New Discovery: Interaction between light and molecules can power optical devices

Scientists in Bengaluru have found that UV and blue light combination reversibly switches the system between 3D and 1D photonic structure --- a novel interaction that can help make tunable and effective optical devices


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Images sent by Chandrayaan-1 show Moon may be rusting along the poles

Scientists at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) say that this could be because the Earth's own atmosphere is lending a helping hand which, in other words, means that the Earth's atmosphere could be protecting the Moon as well.


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Indian astronomers discover one of the farthest star galaxies in the universe

'This discovery is a very important clue to how the dark ages of the Universe ended and there was light in the Universe'.


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Scientists develop ecofriendly process that can prevent metallic surface from rusting

The single-step process developed by ARCI scientists comprises surface modification using a femtosecond laser (lasers emitting light pulses with durations between a few femtoseconds and hundreds of femtoseconds, i.e. 10-15 of a second), non-thermal, and ecofriendly.