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•  Scientists Link Moon’s Tilt and Earth’s Gold
•  NASA's New 'Star Trek' Tech Is Designed to Detect Alien Life
•  A Century Ago, Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Changed Everything
•  Is Earth Growing a Hairy Dark Matter 'Beard'?
•  Scientists caught a new planet forming for the first time ever
•  Experiment records extreme quantum weirdness
•  Scientists look into hydrogen atom, find old recipe for pi
•  Strong forces make antimatter stick
•  Birth of universe modeled in massive data simulation
•  Modern Mystery: Ancient Comet Is Spewing Oxygen
•  Ingredients for Life Were Always Present on Earth, Comet Suggests
•  Life May Have Begun 4.1 Billion Years Ago on an Infant Earth
•  Earth Bloomed Early: A Fermi Paradox Solution?
•  Perfectly accurate clocks turn out to be impossible
•  Our Universe: It's the 'Simplest' Thing We Know
•  Baylor Physicist Appointed to Management Team of Major Scientific Experiment at CERN
•  They're Out There! Most People Believe in E.T.
•  Salty Water Flows on Mars Today, Boosting Odds for Life
•  Democracy suffers a blow—in particle physics
•  Evidence suggests subatomic particles could defy the standard model
•  Extreme Conditions Create 'Perfect,' but Fleeting, Matter
•  Quantum weirdness proved real in first loophole-free experiment
•  Astronomers discover the biggest thing in the Universe
•  Possible new particle hints that universe may not be left-handed
•  Stephen Hawking says he has a way to escape from a black hole
•  In Memoriam: Jacob Bekenstein (1947–2015) and Black Hole Entropy
•  Wormhole Created in Lab Makes Invisible Magnetic Field
•  Experiment attempts to snare a dark energy 'chameleon'
•  Antarctica Scientists Confirm Existence of Cosmic Neutrinos
•  Mystery Deepens: Matter and Antimatter Are Mirror Images
•  Are Aliens Trying To Contact Us? Mathematical Radio Waves From Deep Space Baffle Scientitsts.
•  Earth-Like Alien World Could Have Vast Oceans
•  Super Strong Magnetic Fields Could Be the Key to Our Nuclear Fusion Future
•  New study predicts the slow, inevitable death of the universe
•  NASA estimates 1 billion ‘Earths’ in our galaxy alone
•  Ancient Galaxy Is Most Distant Ever Found
•  LHC Keeps Bruising 'Difficult to Kill' Supersymmetry
•  Dark Pion Particles May Explain Universe's Invisible Matter
•  Is the universe ringing like a crystal glass?
•  NASA Finds Closest Earth Twin Yet in Haul of 500 Alien Planets
•  Physicists Observe Weyl Points for the First Time
•  A Dark Matter bridge in our cosmic neighborhood
•  Neutrons find 'missing' magnetism of plutonium
•  Superconductor could be realized in a broken Lorenz invariant theory
•  Rare system of five stars discovered
•  Dark matter map begins to reveal the universe's early history
•  Astronomers Discover Hundreds of Weird Galaxies Filled With Dark Matter
•  NASA Telescopes Set Limits on Space-time Quantum "Foam"
•  Forget Space-Time: Information May Create the Cosmos
•  Left-handed cosmic magnetic field could explain missing antimatter
•  Electron pairing without superconductivity seen at long last
•  Atomic gas puts the brakes on light in optical fibres
•  Black Holes Might Make Dark Matter Shine
•  Ancient star raises prospects of intelligent life
•  Evidence Found in Asteroid Debris For How Water Reached Earth
•  A Hot Start to the Origin of Life?
•  This Galaxy Far, Far Away Is the Farthest One Yet Found
•  Physicists detect radio waves from a single electron
•  A Cold Cosmic Mystery Solved
•  Biggest void in space is 1 billion light years across
•  This Molecule Could've Created the Backbone of DNA and Helped to Kick-Start Life
•  First Signs of Self-interacting Dark Matter?
•  Dark matter map unveils first results
•  Accelerating Universe? Not So Fast
•  Complex Organic Molecules Discovered in Infant Star System
•  Black holes don’t erase information, scientists say
•  Two Earth-sized exoplanets may exist in closest star system, Hubble observations reveal
•  New Research Suggests Solar System May Have Once Harbored Super-Earths
•  Dark matter 'ghosts' through galactic smash-ups
•  Astronomers Discover Dwarf Galaxies Orbiting the Milky Way
•  Terraforming Mars by Polluting its Atmosphere
•  Fresh hint of dark matter seen in neutrino search
•  Gamma Rays May Be Clue on Dark Matter
•  Nasa finds evidence of a vast ancient ocean on Mars
•  'Life Not As We Know It': New Research Shows How Exotic Biology May Be Possible on Titan
•  Why isn’t the universe as bright as it should be?
•  Here’s The First-Ever Photo of Light Behaving as Both a Wave and a Particle
•  Scientists discover black hole so big it contradicts growth theory
•  The Hills Have Ice... on Mars, That Is
•  Did dark matter kill the dinosaurs?
•  Dark Matter Influences Supermassive Black Hole Growth
•  'Golden stars' pulsate in a strange, non-chaotic way
•  Slimy Microbes May Have Carpeted Earth 3.2 Billion Years Ago
•  'Shadow biosphere' might be hiding strange life right under our noses
•  Cosmic "Reionization" Is More Recent than Predicted
•  Evidence for the Presence of Dark Matter in the Innermost Part of the Milky Way
•  Dark matter found in Milky Way’s core
•  Planck: Gravitational Waves Remain Elusive
•  Ancient miniature solar system hints at existence of alien life
•  Cosmic 'Nuclear Pasta' May Be Stranger Than Originally Thought
•  How the Earth got its nitrogen
•  Three nearly Earth-size planets found orbiting nearby star
•  How 'Quantum Dots' Could Probe Mysteries of Entanglement
•  Space chemistry could be cooking up icy building blocks of life, study says
•  Using a Vanishing Neutron Star to Measure Space-time Warp
•  Did Gravity Save the Universe from 'God Particle' Higgs Boson?
•  8 Newfound Alien Worlds Could Potentially Support Life
•  Planet hunters plot course for habitable worlds

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