Monthly Archives: November 2010

Indian Rivers

The origin of the rivers in India comprises three prime watersheds: Himalayas and the Karakoram ranges Vindhya, Satpura ranges and the Chota Nagpur Plateau Western Ghats The Indian rivers  can be classified into the Himalayan Rivers, Deccan Rivers , Coastal … Continue reading

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Solar Systems like ours may be common!!!

UC Berkeley astronomers Andrew Howard and Geoffrey Marcy chose 166 G and K stars within 80 light years of Earth and observed them with the powerful Keck telescope for five years in order to determine the number, mass and orbital … Continue reading

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Chandra of NASA Finds Youngest Black Hole

Astronomers using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory have found evidence of the youngest black hole known to exist in our cosmic neighborhood. The 30-year-old black hole provides a unique opportunity to watch this type of object develop from infancy.The 30-year-old object … Continue reading

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Troposphere is Also Warming since Decades

Not only is Earth’s surface warming, but the troposphere — the lowest level of the atmosphere, where weather occurs — is heating up too, U.S. and British meteorologists reported on Monday.In a review of four decades of data on troposphere … Continue reading

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