Month: June 2021

Researchers develop precision scale for very high pressure experiments | News

Scientists from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), Sandia National Laboratories (SNL), and Hyogo University in Kobe, Japan, have developed a way to more accurately measure high-pressure compression in the laboratory up to at 10 million atmospheres. LLNL said pressures above…

Shock-Free Compression Experiments Set New Extreme Pressure Scales

[ad_1] Using the world’s most energetic laser and the world’s most powerful pulsed power plant, an international research team has derived new pressure scales for gold and platinum at 1 teapascal. To test the Standard Model of particle physics, scientists…

Can we see the dark energy of the Earth? New experiences offer hope.

[ad_1] Paul M. Sutter is an astrophysicist at Ohio State University, host of Ask an astronaut and “Space radio, “and author of”Your place in the universe. ”Sutter contributed this article to The expert voices of Space.com: Op-Ed & Insights. The…

Rochester laser experiments show ‘helium rain’ likely falling in solar system

June 1, 2021 An international research team, including scientists from the University of Rochester, has validated a nearly 40-year-old prediction and experimentally shown that helium rain is possible inside planets such as Jupiter and…