Welcome to Singularity, the Temasek JC Astronomy Club Website.
Singularity means a point in space-time at which gravitational forces cause matter to have infinite density and infinitesimal volume, and space and time to become infinitely distorted.
We named it so because just liked it's astronomical term, this is just ONE website but it contains almost everything about our club but of course we don't distort space and time.
Right now I'll take some time to explain what the links on the right mean.
Earth - When you get lost in our site, just click on it to get back to this page. It will be located at the left of every page with the other links as well.
Event Horizon - Enter here for the latest news on our club as well as updates on the website. Other news relating to astronomy will be posted here also. Don't worry, you won't end up in Cygnus X-1.
Quarks - The very thing that makes the universe go round. Check out the Astro Committees that lead this club, it's members and last but not least, the webmasters which created Singularity.
The Light Barrier - It can't be broken, but we've reached as fast as we could. Check out our achievements and a little bit of it's history. You'll never know what you might uncover.
Hubble's Constant - This is where our research directors' powerpoints are. If you missed some of our talks, you can download them here. Links are also provided to let you read more of the topic. Check it out or you will lose out.
Cosmological Constant - Still blur about what all these weird terms mean, enter this glossary to find it's true meaning in the wonderful world of astronomy.
Eons - Want to know when the next astronomical event occurs? Enter this time warp to find out.
Wormholes - Enter here to go to the other side of the universe in a blink of an eye. We have links to other astro websites and for your further reading, some of which are made by our fellow avid astronomers. So let's bend space and time now!
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