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In June, Chinese researchers demonstrated that the satellite Micius could send entangled quantum particles to far-flung locations on Earth, their properties remaining intertwined despite being separated by more than 1,200 kilometers. Now...

source: ScienceNews

The first experimental evidence of a quasiparticle known as a type-II Dirac fermion has been found by three independent research groups – one based in South Korea and two in China. Two of the groups found signs of the quasiparticle in the crystalline material palladium...

source: PhysicsWorld

Astronomers have discovered a massive supercluster of galaxies located approximately 4 billion light-years from Earth – and not only is it one of the largest known structures in the cosmos, it's also the most distant supercluster we've ever observed.

source: ScienceAlert

The elevator that lowers them 4,850 feet down a mine shaft to a subterranean physics lab isn’t called an elevator, the physicists tell me. It’s called The Cage. It descends at precisely 7:30 A.M.—the same time it leaves the surface every day—and doesn’t...

source: Scientific American

Many science-savvy people take it for granted that the universe is made not only of Carl Sagan's oft-quoted "billions and billions" of galaxies, but also a vast amount of an invisible substance called dark matter. Dark matter is also supposed to be five times more prevalent...

source: LiveScience

Sure, watching ice freeze sounds about as fun as watching paint dry. But that’s just because you haven’t tried making ice with some of the most powerful lasers in the world. Read the associated APS Physics Synopsis.

source: Popular Science


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