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•  Dark Energy Survey reveals most accurate measurement of universe's dark matter
•  World's Fastest-Swirling Vortex Simulates the Big Bang
•  UCI celestial census indicates that black holes pervade the universe
•  Cosmic map reveals a not-so-lumpy Universe
•  High-Precision Measurement of the Proton’s Atomic Mass
•  Strange Noise in Gravitational-Wave Data Sparks Debate
•  STARSHOT: INSIDE THE PLAN TO SEND A SPACECRAFT TO OUR NEIGHBOR STAR: Hundreds of engineers and scientists have come together to shoot for the stars, literally.
•  Two Students Just Broke a Quantum Computing World Record
•  An easy-to-build desktop muon detector
•  Groundbreaking discovery confirms existence of orbiting supermassive black holes
•  NASA's Kepler Space Telescope Finds Hundreds of New Exoplanets, Boosts Total to 4,034
•  China’s quantum satellite achieves ‘spooky action’ at record distance
•  Scientists make waves with black hole research
•  We Live in a Cosmic Void, Another Study Confirms
•  Scientists Finally Witnessed a Phenomenon That Einstein Thought “Impossible”
•  Charmed Existence: Mysterious Particles Could Reveal Mysteries of the Big Bang
•  A New State of Matter is Discovered – And It’s Strange
•  A Theory of Reality as More Than the Sum of Its Parts
•  Dark Energy May Lurk in the Nothingness of Space
•  What Happens When You Mix Thermodynamics and the Quantum World? A Revolution
•  Alien Civilizations May Number In The Trillions, New Study Says
•  New blackbody force depends on spacetime geometry and topology
•  Gravitational Waves Could Help Us Detect the Universe’s Hidden Dimensions
•  We could detect alien life by finding complex molecules
•  We May Have Uncovered the First Ever Evidence of the Multiverse
•  Scientists Just Discovered an Alien Planet That’s The Best Candidate for Life As We Know It
•  Physicists detect whiff of new particle at the Large Hadron Collider
•  Physicists Discover Hidden Aspects of Electrodynamics
•  A dark matter 'bridge' holding galaxies together has been captured for the first time
•  No, Dark Energy Isn't An Illusion
•  Satellite galaxies at edge of Milky Way coexist with dark matter
•  Magnetic hard drives go atomic
•  Could Mysterious Cosmic Light Flashes Be Powering Alien Spacecraft?
•  NASA is Going to Create The Coldest Spot in the Known Universe
•  Testing theories of modified gravity
•  First Solid Sign that Matter Doesn't Behave Like Antimatter
•  Physicists investigate erasing information at zero energy cost
•  NASA Just Found A Solar System With 7 Earth-Like Planets
•  Nearby Star Has 7 Earth-Sized Worlds - Most In Habitable Zone
•  Data About 2 Distant Asteroids: Clues to the Possible Planet Nine
•  Tune Your Radio: Galaxies Sing When Forming Stars
•  Coders Race to Save NASA's Climate Data
•  You Can Help Scientists Find the Next Earth-Like Planet
•  Scientists Discover Over 100 New Exoplanets
•  Why These Scientists Fear Contact With Space Aliens
•  Scientists May Have Solved the Biggest Mystery of the Big Bang
•  New Research Shows the Universe May Have Once Been a Hologram
•  Dark energy emerges when energy conservation is violated
•  Physicists measure the loss of dark matter since the birth of the universe
•  This star has a secret – even better than 'alien megastructures'
•  Testing theories of modified gravity
•  A simple explanation of mysterious space-stretching ‘dark energy?’
•  Physicists detect exotic looped trajectories of light in three-slit experiment
•  Actual footage shows what it was like to land on Saturn's moon Titan
•  Quaternions are introduced, October 16, 1843
•  The Sound Of Quantum Vacuum
•  Multiple copies of the Standard Model could solve the hierarchy problem
•  Universe May Have Lost 'Unstable' Dark Matter
•  Vera Rubin, Astronomer Who Did Pioneering Work on Dark Matter, Dies at 88
•  China's Hunt for Signals From the Dark Universe
•  Baylor Physics Ph.D. Graduate Quoted in "How Realistic Is the Interstellar Ship from 'Passengers'?"
•  Shutting a new door on locality
•  Unexpected interaction between dark matter and ordinary matter in mini-spiral galaxies
•  Thermodynamics constrains interpretations of quantum mechanics
•  Billions of Stars and Galaxies to Be Discovered in the Largest Cosmic Map Ever
•  Scientists Measure Antimatter for the First Time
•  Europe's Bold Plan for a Moon Base Is Coming Together
•  Einstein's Theory Just Put the Brakes on the Sun's Spin
•  Dying Star Offers Glimpse of Earth's Doomsday in 5B Years
•  Dark Matter Not So Clumpy After All
•  Scientists Catch "Virtual Particles" Hopping In and Out of Existence
•  New theory of gravity might explain dark matter
•  Supersolids produced in exotic state of quantum matter
•  You Can 3D Print Your Own Mini Universe
•  Creating Antimatter Via Lasers?
•  No, Astronomers Haven't Decided Dark Energy Is Nonexistent
•  Behind This Plant's Blue Leaves Lies a Weird Trick of Quantum Mechanics
•  Small entropy changes allow quantum measurements to be nearly reversed
•  Did the Mysterious 'Planet Nine' Tilt the Solar System?
•  Cosmological mystery solved by largest ever map of voids and superclusters
•  The Universe Has 10 Times More Galaxies Than Scientists Thought
•  Correlation between galaxy rotation and visible matter puzzles astronomers
•  The Spooky Secret Behind Artificial Intelligence's Incredible Power
•  Science of Disbelief: When Did Climate Change Become All About Politics?
•  Eyeballing Proxima b: Probably Not a Second Earth
•  Does the Drake Equation Confirm There Is Intelligent Alien Life in the Galaxy?
•  Scientists build world's smallest transistor
•  'Alien Megastructure' Star Keeps Getting Stranger
•  What's Out There? 'Star Men' Doc Tackles Life Questions Through Science
•  Evidence for new form of matter-antimatter asymmetry observed
•  Giant hidden Jupiters may explain lonely planet systems
•  Rarest nucleus reluctant to decay
•  Weird Science: 3 Win Nobel for Unusual States of Matter
•  Methane didn’t warm ancient Earth, new simulations suggest
•  New 'Artificial Synapses' Pave Way for Brain-Like Computers
•  Stephen Hawking Is Still Afraid of Aliens
•  The Ig Nobel Prize Winners of 2016
•  Teleported Laser Pulses? Quantum Teleportation Approaches Sci-Fi Level
•  China Claims It Developed "Quantum" Radar To See Stealth Planes
•  Earth Wobbles May Have Driven Ancient Humans Out of Africa

News Archives for March 2004

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ASA/Templeton Lectures 3/9/2004