When it comes to slicing up wafer-thin panels, knives and saws are no match for protons.
The release included up to roughly 29 terabytes of data from 300 million high-energy collisions.
Gravitational waves from supernovae will travel directly from the star’s center to our detectors.
These scientists are, quite literally, creating beacons of light.
On the premise that virtual particles don't adhere to the laws that real particles follow...
CHIME could also help us confirm the final aspect of Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity.
What would happen if cosmogenesis were truly possible?
Until now, we didn’t think water could do this.
Ubiquitous as they are, making sense of singularities is often a challenge.
The sighting may have applications in finding dark matter, learning about supernovas, and preventing the spread of nuclear weapons.
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