A newly-discovered system containing a pulsar and its white-dwarf companion has put gravitational theories to the most extreme test yet. The two objects orbit each other once every two and a half hours. In such a system, the orbits decay and gravitational waves are emitted,...
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Midfield Wireless Powering of Subwavelength Autonomous Devices Generating Far-Field Orbital Angular Momenta...
Interaction of atomic quantum gases with a single carbon nanotube< Geometric signature of complex synchronisation...
US House Science Committee's chair, Lamar Smith has floated a bill that would require the head of the NSF to certify that every single grant funded was either in the national interest or groundbreaking. Several former NSF officials have written to Congressman Smith, saying...
A team of physicists in Germany has discovered a previously unknown type of friction that they call "desorption stick." In AFM studies of pulling a polymer stand over various test surfaces, they found the two expected friction mechanisms, sliding and sticking. But they also...
Thanks to the Kepler Space Telescope, COROT, and ground-based observatories, the number of exoplanets that have been found is large (over 3,000 candidates and 114 confirmed) and growing. There seems to be planets everywhere, and some at least have in the past harbored life-forms...
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