English to Hindi Dictionary astrophysics


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Cosmology and astrophysics are branches of physics in which one needs an unusual combination of breadth and depth to excel.
the branch of astronomy concerned with the physical nature of stars and other celestial bodies, and the application of the laws and theories of physics to the interpretation of astronomical observations.
translation of 'astrophysics'
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Her work tends to encompass the overlap of mathematics, general relativity, and 'astrophysics' .
Modern astronomical research proceeds at a rapid pace due to the application of new technologies in astronomy and 'astrophysics' .
According to my research on 'astrophysics' , the most powerful of the known forces in the universe is nuclear energy, which fuels the stars.
For the Hayden Planetarium, the new technology offered the potential to convey contemporary 'astrophysics' as never before.
He was later promoted to chief observer and professor of 'astrophysics' .
Cosmology and 'astrophysics' are branches of physics in which one needs an unusual combination of breadth and depth to excel.
A team of astronomers might have solved one of the mysteries of 'astrophysics' with the discovery of a clutch of quasars, hiding behind clouds of dust.
He has published about two dozen papers in various astronomy and 'astrophysics' journals.
This discovery represents a new frontier in neutron-star 'astrophysics' .
His interests span a broad range of topics in 'astrophysics' , from cosmology to the emergence of intelligent life.
I read up on interstellar objects and 'astrophysics' and studied quasars, pulsars and supernovas, but my main focus was black holes.
Only the professionals could afford the large telescopes and complex support gear required for modern astronomy and 'astrophysics' .
I predict that particle physics and its links with 'astrophysics' and cosmology will continue to be exciting in the foreseeable future.
His interests range from 'astrophysics' and quantum mechanics to mathematical puzzles and games.
The picture suggests possible solutions to many outstanding questions in physics and 'astrophysics' .
In many instances, these three basic physical sciences even overlap, giving rise to joint disciplines such as 'astrophysics' and chemical physics.
Reading about cosmology captured her imagination and, intrigued by questions of how the universe came to be, she narrowed her focus to 'astrophysics' .
I was about twelve years old when my father began bringing home Fred Hoyle's books on 'astrophysics' .
I said that I'd prefer particle physics, but 'astrophysics' was fine too.
Each of these experiments generated an enormous amount of theoretical interest in the areas of cosmology and 'astrophysics' they touched upon.
The South Building, built from 1891 to 1899, was an 'astrophysics' observatory.
Pulsars and quasars may turn out to be commonplace in comparison to the exotic 'astrophysical' events that gravity wave astronomy reveals.
Chemists usually work with astronomers, 'astrophysicists' , and geologists when studying other planets.
In order to find out what this mysterious energy really is, astronomers need to compare 'astrophysical' observations that are at first sight completely unrelated.
The 'astrophysical' model of how the Sun works has been at odds with observation for the past couple of years.
For 'astrophysicists' , dark matter has proved to be an elusive and mysterious substance.
It is only more recently that 'astrophysicists' have come up with a reasonably convincing argument as to why the Universe has this special symmetry.
Although few astronomers agree on the exact mechanism that caused the outburst, many seem inclined to accept the possibility that a new class of 'astrophysical' phenomenon has been discovered.
The study of these energetic particles will broaden our understanding of the formation and evolution of the solar system, as well as of the 'astrophysical' processes involved.
For more than 30 years, 'astrophysicists' have believed that black holes can swallow nearby matter and release a tremendous amount of energy as a result.
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