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22 Washington: Researchers have claimed that gamma-ray photons observed from the center of the Milky Way Galaxy are consistent with the intriguing possibility of dark matter annihilation. Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope and found that only a
In this newly released video from the folks at TED-Ed, educator Dennis Wildfogel teams up with animator Ash Barker to explain not only what the universe is made of, but what it took for those cosmological building blocks to get where they are today.
The Aurora Borealis, normally only visible inside the Arctic Circle, have been seen lighting up UK skies as far south as Essex. :: Have you seen the lights? Send your images to email@example.com The colourful show at Lossiemouth Beach in Scotland. Pic:
Thirteen employees at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant near Carlsbad, N.M., have tested positive for radiation after a leak at the plant, officials said...The Department of Energy said 13 people who were were working above ground the day of the leak
That's the phrase Environment Canada climatologist David Phillips uses to describe the next two days. No question about it, it's been the year of the big cold, he said...On Saturday, the temperature is forecast to plummet to a record-morning low of -
For anyone who has ever had their ass handed to them in a game of pool, take comfort knowing that in the end, physics beats everything. A physicist has calculated how many collisions it takes for billiards to be impossible without a supercomputer...
February 27th, 2014 Stripped of any fancy details, the Naturel watch collection from Nixon is as natural as it can get. The silver aluminum casing is simply polished up, detailed by contrast colored hands and face. However, the biggest aesthetic
Researchers have developed a new software that makes your web search easier by resolving the ambiguity of names within texts automatically. When reading the last name "Merkel", even people struggle to understand whether it refers to the Chancellor of
February 27, 2014 The music forged by Egyptian guitarist/bouzouki player Ayman Fanous and violinist/violist Jason Kao Hwang is alternately thoughtful, prickly, exasperating, mournful, and enchanting. It speaks to mysteries and histories, capturing
ARC Research Associate (Centre of Excellence for Particle Physics at Tera Scale) at University of Adelaide While the world's largest circular particle accelerator the Large Hadron Collider ( LHC ) will continue operation for the next few years,