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Experimentation by Pakistani Scientists Destines to Make a Colossal Breakthrough in Cosmology.
Finding during the Century’s Longest Lunar Eclipse Marks Paradigm Shifts in Interplanetary Astrophysical Understandings.
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The biggest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century has occurred on 27th-28th July 2018.
During the longest manifestation of natural phenomenon, which extended for a record 102 minutes and 57 seconds, a gigantic academic and scientific contribution for the advancement of space sciences and cosmological studies has been made by Pak scientists alongside the laterally coastal area of the Indian Ocean’s purlieu-zone in Karachi.
Pakistani inter-disciplinary researchers have made a historic breakthrough of demonstrating the first direct method of measuring the ‘Cyclotron Radius in the Milieu-circumstance of Hydrogen’, which has been termed as ‘Hydro-Cyclotron Radius’ (HCR), by the P.I. of the cross-disciplinary scientists’ team carrying out the first ever experimentation on corresponding connections and causal relationship between that the lunar magnetic flux can have on the Hydrogen element.
The cross-disciplinary panel of Pakistani scientists observing and demonstrating the first ever ‘Hydro-Cyclotron Radius’ extent, includes;
Prof. Dr. Zafar Saeed Saify (Ph. D., D. Sc.) Former VC: University of Karachi, Senior Scientist: HEJ.
Prof. Dr. Umar Farooq (Ph. D.) Former VC: D.U.H.S.
Prof. Dr. Qadhi Aurangzeb Al Hafi (Ph. D., D. Sc.) P.I.: SAARC Postdoc Academia
Prof. Dr. Ashraf Ch. (Ph. D.) Representative: Royal Society of Chemistry England.
Prof. Dr. Khalida M. Khan (Ph. D.) Former UNESCO Chair at PU.
The team was led by multidisciplinary scientist of Pakistan, Prof. Dr. Aurangzeb Hafi, who is currently serving as P.I. of various post-doctoral research projects in several universities of Asia.
To date, notably, the world’s leading platforms including NASA have not claimed yet the Cyclotron Radius measurements in Umbral and Penumbral referent-frames so far.
“Besides the HCR measurements, during the course of celestial observations and cosmological findings, the phenomenon of Magneto-Hydro-Tropism (MHT) was clearly and affirmably evidenced as per the scientific parameters.” stated the scientists carrying out the research task during the century’s longest eclipse’s occurrence on 27th-28th July 2018.
“The ever first demonstration of measuring the ‘Hydro-cyclotron Radius’, and evidential endorsement of the phenomenon of Magneto-Hydro-Tropism (MHT) would broaden the prospects for achieving results to enhance the cosmological understandings as well as exploring the far-impacting avenues that would mark paradigm shifts in academic perspectives and scientific contexts”, learnt the panel as affirmed by Prof. Dr. Zafar Saeed Saify, former VC of the Karachi University.
The event has fetched Pakistan's ‘leading-edge image’ at an international level.
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