Telescope

neodymium magnet picture

Why are neodymium magnets so strong?

Neodymium magnets are so strong due to their unique tetragonal Nd2Fe14B crystal structure and a high state of saturation magnetization, which allows for exceptional storage of magnetic energy. Their high resistance to demagnetization further enhances their strength. General Motors discovered neodymium magnets in 1982 and Sumitomo Special Metals, have revolutionized the world of magnetism. This

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do telescopes work in the city

Do telescopes work in the city?

Telescopes, the magnificent tools of discovery, have greatly enhanced our quest to understand the universe. Throughout history, telescopes have opened windows to worlds we could never see with our naked eye, from Galileo’s first celestial observations to Hubble’s images of distant galaxies.  The telescopes magnify foreign objects, capture faint light, and reveal details otherwise hidden

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