Using the massive Subaru Telescope located at the Mauna Kea Observatory on Hawaii, a multinational team of astronomers has managed to discover some 83 quasars powered by supermassive black holes as they were billions of years ago when the universe was relatively young. © Photo : NAOJMysterious Black Hole DETECTED in the Centre of the Milky WayThe scientists managed to accomplish this feat by focusing their attention on objects located about 13 billion light-years away from Earth, as due to the time it takes light originating from there reach our planet allows scientists to see these celestial bodies as they were eons ago. According to the statement posted on the university’s website, this discovery shows that there were many more black holes during that time period than it was previously thought, and reveals “for the first time” how common they were … [Read more...] about Scientists Find Deep Space Supermassive Black Holes From the Dawn of Universe
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This year’s technology trade show CES has been described as the start of the 5G era of mobile technology. The next-generation mobile network technology is expected to bring connectivity speeds[...] You have reached your limit of free articles Registered users get 5 regular articles and 1 free Premium article per week. … [Read more...] about CES marks the ‘dawn of 5G’
arts Published 9th January 2019 View gallery 16 Rare 19th-century images show China at the dawn of photography Written by Oscar Holland, CNN Before the arrival of photography, the Western imagination of China was based on paintings, written travelogues and dispatches from a seemingly far-off land. From the 1850s, however, a band of pioneering Western photographers sought to capture the country's landscapes, cities and people, captivating audiences back home and sparking a homegrown photography movement in the process. Among them were the Italian Felice Beato, who arrived in China in the 1850s to document Anglo-French exploits in the Second Opium War, and Scottish photographer John Thompson, whose journey up the Min River offered people in the West a rare look into the country's remote interior. Scottish photographer John Thompson documented his travels up the Min River, offering a rare look at remote areas of China.Credit: The Loewentheil Collection of … [Read more...] about Rare images show China at the dawn of photography
It was early on Monday, November 11, 1918, that news reached Newmarket that an armistice had been signed bringing to an end four years of the most bloody conflict the world had ever seen. A century ago, the Newmarket Journal reported the Dawn of Peace, the ‘war to end all wars’ was over but at a terrible cost.A generation, ‘the unreturning army that was youth’, had been lost from the town, from Mildenhall, Soham, and surrounding villages.Their sacrifice should never be forgotten and this weekend, and beyond, We Will Remember Them. … [Read more...] about The Dawn of Peace: how the Journal reported the Armistice
One of the first things the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) did after the establishment of the new government under President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in early July was to cease the state of emergency which had been introduced mid-July 2016 following a coup attempt carried out by the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ). This move had been interpreted as a move toward normalization in Turkey after a two-year-long tense political period which had observed a contested referendum that shifted the country’s parliamentary system into an executive-presidential model and heated twin elections in June 2018. Although the main objective of the emergency rule was to fight against the coup plotters and to clear the state apparatus from undercover members of FETÖ, it also targeted political opponents and dissidents from various walks of life, such as academics, journalists, and activists. That was why the government’s decision not to extend the … [Read more...] about Has Turkey really lifted the state of emergency?