Cosmic Rays- The high-energy protons and atomic nuclei

Cosmic rays are High-energy protons and atomic nuclie.

A large discovery in ionizing radiation science came in 2017 when the Pierre Auger Observatory (which is covers 3,000 square kilometers, or 1,160 square miles, in western Argentina) discovered trajectories of 30,000 cosmic particles. They concluded that the frequency of ray depends on where you look. so as to find out more about their origin, where to seem is that the initiative. The results were published in Science. While their origins are still nebulous, knowing where to seem is that the initiative in learning where they came from, the researchers said.

In November 2017, a search team discovered a possible void within the Pyramid of Giza, which was built around 2560 B.C., using cosmic rays. 

That’s while French scientist Charles-Augustin de Coulomb — best recognized for having a unit of electrical charge called after him — observed an electrically charged sphere quickly and mysteriously not being charged any higher At the moment, the air was estimated to be a nonconductor and not an electrical conductor. Including more practice, nevertheless, scientists discovered that air can lead electricity if its molecules are charged or ionized. This is capable of most generally happens while the molecules associated with charged particles or X-rays. But where these charged particles came from was a mystery; even attempts to dam the charge with large amounts of lead were arising empty. On Aug. 7, 1912, physicist Hess flew a high-altitude balloon to 17,400 feet (5,300 meters). He found 3 times more radioactivity beyond than on the bottom, which intended the radiation had to be appearing from space.

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