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Partner countries are close to picking a site for the Cherenkov Telescope Array, which will track high-energy photons to probe black holes, dark matter and relativity.

source: Scientific American

Astronomers have discovered a unique pair of stars consisting of a white dwarf, the compact core of a dead star, and the sunlike star it orbits. When the white dwarf passes in front of its companion, as seen from Earth, the white dwarf’s gravity magnifies the other...

source: Science News

Bouncing neutrons rule out some theories of the exotic origins of dark energy. Read the associated APS Physics Viewpoint.

source: Nature News

Rapid imaging technique adapted from medical applications shows promise in detection of nuclear materials.

source: Nature News

With soap, water, graphite and the whirl of a blender’s blades, researchers can serve up big batches of graphene, a material that shows promise for use in myriad high-tech applications.

source: Science News

Invoking dark matter as a means to explain the excess of positrons observed last year by the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-02) experiment might not be necessary, according to physicists in Europe. Instead, they say, the entire dataset...

source: Physics World


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