The casemate on a journey through space-time with Cult Interstellar Evening | ECHO SCIENCES

On 30 June 2022 from 20.30 La Casemate arranged its third cult evening! On this occasion, participants donned their astronaut suits and explored the many dimensions of one of Christopher Nolan’s key works, Interstellar. Released in 2014, Interstellar is a foray into the limits of the flow of time, but also a fiction that features … Read more

Stéphane Roussy, coach of CS Feytiat and his daughter Sarah, basketball player at ASPTT Limoges, tell each other

In the galaxy of sport in Upper Vienne, Roussy is a surname that speaks volumes. There is of course Stéphane (age 51), former footballer for Saint-Louis de Gonzague, ASPTT Limoges and Limoges Foot, and today coach for Feytiat (he also coached LF, Lubersac, Nieul and Rilhac-Rancon), a key figure in the Limousins ​​​​soccer landscape. And … Read more

How Bercy uses artificial intelligence to target its tax audits

New technologies increase the results of tax audits. The technological development makes it possible for the tax administration to make decisive progress. Bercy has prioritized the search for information in connection with the fight against fraud. It is a matter of revealing the mechanisms of fraud, collection, centralization and enrichment of external information and information … Read more

Stars in distant galaxies are more massive than those in the Milky Way

A team of astrophysicists from the University of Copenhagen has achieved an important result by studying stellar populations in a large sample of galaxies far beyond the Milky Way. The discovery could change our understanding of a wide range of astronomical phenomena, such as those related to the formation of black holes, supernovae and the … Read more

The Dart mission “is a first step whose success is incredible”, greets the director of research at the CNRS

“Darts is a first step whose success is incredible”, welcomes Wednesday 12 October at franceinfo Patrick Michel, Research Director at CNRS, at the Côte d’Azur Observatory, Scientific Director of the Hera mission of the European Space Agency. A little more than two weeks after NASA’s Dart mission that made it possible – at the end … Read more

War Ukraine – Russia: space, the invisible border in the war in Ukraine

information element Author, Jonathan Beale role, Defense Correspondent, BBC News 12 October 2022 image credit, SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY The war in Ukraine underscored the growing importance of space for armies on the ground. In an interview with the BBC, the head of the US space force, General Jay Raymond, describes it as “the first war … Read more

Space Race: “To Infinity and Beyond”?

The 5the edition of the Normandy World Peace Forum devotes one of its many debates to the desire that space arouses in states, but also in private space actors. The central question linked to this fundamental problem can be formulated as follows: can humanity take advantage of the benefits of space without succumbing to aggressive … Read more

A strange triangle-shaped galaxy observed by Hubble

Halton Arp was a brilliant American astronomer who believed that his observations of exotic galaxies challenged the Big Bang theory. He thus compiled an atlas of hundreds of these objects, on which the Hubble telescope made several interesting zooms. NASA and ESA regularly publish space telescope images of these galaxies, the most recent of which … Read more

Alcyonea, the largest radio galaxy ever observed

3 billion light-years from our tiny planet lurks a galaxy unlike any we’ve ever seen before. In fact, Alcyonée is a giant radio galaxy measuring 16.3 million light-years across, making it the largest known structure of galactic origin. In Greek mythology, Alcyoneus was one of the greatest giants, the son of Ouranos (Heaven) and Gaia … Read more