January 2018

We all know or have seen a superconductor on television. Something stuck in a very cold liquid on which there is something else floating in the air while the presenter […]

Under this name, very generic, I am going to talk about a very interesting topic and, above all, statistics that is the distribution in physics. And it is that, when […]

In the constellation of the Swan (Cygnus for friends) is where the Tulip nebula or SH2-101 lives. A nebula cataloged in 1959 about 6500 light years from Earth and about […]

I have to admit that nebulas are one of the forms I like the most. It’s like seeing fluids of different densities, very close, mixing. It offers forms, due to […]

Those of us who live in the northern hemisphere and look a little at the sky are very easy to find the constellation of Orion when we look to the […]