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Advances in technology and advances in science have combined to make various discoveries over the past decade, 2010-2020. A large number of these discoveries are being developed today. In this article, we present some of the most valuable discoveries of the last decade. Today we bring you this article for readers eager to learn about such discoveries and advances in science.

1.Discovery of the Higgs boson.

Discovered in 2012, the Higgs boson is a gap in particle physics. However, all experts say that the Higgs boson’s discovery is one of the greatest discoveries of the last decade. Scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) were the first to reveal this important discovery to the world. They say they have discovered a new atomic particle similar to the Higgs boson particle, a subatomic particle that comes in the standard form of particle physics. However, in the 1980s, the search for the existence of the Higgs boson subatomic particle began. What makes this discovery so special is that it gives mass to matter in the universe. This was discovered in 2012 by CERN using a large hadron collider device. It accelerates various particles to enormous velocities and causes them to collide. The Higgs boson was discovered by the formation of other particles from those collisions..
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2.Taking a photo of the black hole for the first time

Another breakthrough in astronomy over the past decade has been the first photograph of a black hole in a galaxy. According to Heno Phalke, a professor at Radboud University in the Netherlands, the black hole was discovered in the galaxy m87. That black hole, three times the size of Earth, is about forty million kilometers in diameter. This black hole, so large, is what scientists call a monster. A network of 8 telescopes from several locations worldwide has been used to photograph the black hole, which is as large as Trillion million, 500 km. It uses a network of 8 telescopes called the “Event Horizons telescope.”
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3.The largest planetary system ever found outside of our solar system.

Scientists have discovered a star larger than the Sun, known as Kepler-90, over the past decade. They also say that there are seven planets around it. Google’s software engineer Christopher Salou, who contributed to the discovery, said, “Kepler-90 becomes the first star to carry of our solar system as well as a planetaries.” It is also about 2,545 light-years from its parent planet, and its planetary system is very similar to that of our solar system. This was based on observations made by NASA’s Kepler space telescope, which contributed to the discovery. However, scientists say that this valuable discovery is still being investigated.

4.Discovery that Saturn has more moons than Jupiter.

Before this discovery, Jupiter was the largest number of moons in the Solar System. That’s 79 moons. But over the past decade, a team of American scientists has managed to find more moons in orbit around Saturn, known as “The planet with rings” (20 moons). Therefore, the total number of moons orbiting Saturn has become 82. These new moons were discovered using the Subaru Telescope in Mauna Kea, Hawaii. 17 of these new moons, about 5 km in diameter, travel backward in Saturn’s rotation direction. It is called the backward direction. The remaining three moons move in the same direction as Saturn.
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5.Discovery of water in the atmosphere of a planet orbiting in a habitable zone.

The discovery of the asteroid K2-18b takes a special place in the search for alien life. Scientists have been trying for decades to find a living planet like this. At such a time, the discovery of this K2-18b planet has been a huge achievement over the past decade. This is because astronomers have discovered water in the atmosphere of this K2-18b planet, which orbits in a habitable zone around a distant star. The scientists who participated in the discovery over the past decade said that “over the next decade, the new space telescope will be able to determine whether there are gases that can be produced by living parts in the atmosphere of the K2-18b”. Giona Tinetti, a professor at University College London, who was part of the team, said: “This is the first time a planet has been found to have water in a habitable zone with a temperature suitable for life around a star.” Furthermore, This planet is about 111 light-years from Earth.
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