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ScienceLogs is a multimedia platform dedicated to science communication. It is designed for science enthusiasts and people who are approaching for the first time the mysteries of the cosmos and nature. In this website you can find articles written by our collaborators and experts in different fields, scientific videos and animation, and pages dedicated to specific and high-interest topics such as the Big Bang, the origin of life, and human evolution. Sciencelogs belongs to a bigger scientific project named Back2Science. In the menu link you can find more information about this project dedicated to open and reproducible science.

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Astronomy and Physics

For those who are passionate about the wonders of the universe and the mysteries of the Big Bang and the beginning of time. In this section, you will find a full collection of dedicated material and articles that will allow you to approach the universe from multiple perspectives.

Astronomy and Physics

Neuroscience and Psychology

The brain is the most complex and fascinating biological organ known in the entire universe. It is the product of a harmonious collaboration of more than a dozen cells that gives rise to our mind, thoughts, emotions, and dreams. Here, you can explore our interior universe.  

Biology and Evolution

It was once said that nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution. From molecules to cells and brains, evolution has shaped our world and the many forms of life on Earth. We are still here trying to understand how do we got here. 

Technology

Our grandparents were not prepared for the technological revolutions that the 20th century brought. We have traveled to the moon and sent probes to the ends of space, while descending to the depths of the sea or reading brain waves. What will the next decades bring?

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M10 – Globular Cluster | Cúmulo Globular

M10 is a very bright and star-rich cluster. Located in the constellation Ofiuco, it is estimated to be approximately 16,000 light-years from the center of our galaxy. An analysis of its radial velocity allows us to deduce that it is moving away from Earth at more than 271,440 km/h.

M9 – Globular Cluster | Cúmulo Globular

Like all globular clusters, M9 is a spectacle in itself, and one of the oldest and most intriguing objects in our galaxy. M9 stands out as one of the closest globular clusters to the center of our galaxy, only 5,500 light-years away.

M8 – Lagoon Nebula | Nebulosa de la Laguna

Like all emission nebulae, M8 or NGC 6523 is a gigantic HII region, that is, a spectacular cradle of stars. With a magnitude of 5.8, this incredible nebula boasts many large, hot stars, whose ultraviolet radiation sculpts the gases and cosmic dust, giving it its characteristic shape.

M7 – Open Cluster | Cúmulo Abierto

Also known as NGC 6475, M7 is an open cluster, that is, a group of gravitationally bound stars formed by the same molecular cloud. It is a very sparse cluster, located in a very rich region of the Milky Way.

M6 – Open Cluster | Cúmulo Abierto

This beautiful cluster comprises more than 200 stars and has a diameter of about 12-20 light-years. It is estimated that its stars were formed about 100 million years ago, which means that while dinosaurs roamed the planet, M6 was just beginning to shine in the sky.

M5 – Globular Cluster | Cúmulo Globular

The globular cluster M5 is probably one of the most interesting because it is one of the oldest, largest, and brightest clusters. It is located in the constellation of The Serpent (Serpens) at a distance of approximately 24,500 light-years.

Galileo and the Church

“The earth revolves around the sun and not the other way around. This phrase is not impressive for the present generations, but for those who lived in the 17th century it was a true revolution. When Galileo Galilei exposed it, based on the first observations made through a telescope, it caused such a commotion that it shook the foundations of the Church.

Dark matter: the invisible component of the universe

It is estimated that dark matter constitutes 23% of the total matter/energy content of the universe. However, its components are not yet known; its nature is an enigma to modern cosmology and finding it is currently one of the greatest challenges of science.

The largest image from the Hubble Space Telescope

The Hubble Legacy Field is a photograph released in 2019 that brings together 7500 individual exposures from astronomy programs conducted over two decades by the Hubble Space Telescope (HST).

M4 – Globular Cluster | Cúmulo Globular

Also called NGC 6121, M4 is the closest globular cluster to the Earth. M4 contains about 100,000 stars, and like most globular clusters, it is a very old structure, about 12-13 billion years old.

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In this website you can find dedicated pages to special topics across scientific fields.  If you want to know how we discovered that the universe had a beginning, or how we think life on Earth evolved, among other topics, it is worth visiting our projects. Why not? if you want to join this effort, just contact us.

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