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Earth May Wear An Invisible Fur Coat Made Of Dark Matter
Mysterious substance may form hairs that are hundreds of thousands of miles long
If Earth Were Swallowed By A Black Hole, We Might Not Even Notice
That's the latest theory, at least
Dust to Dust
A life cycle of stars
My God, It’s Full of Dust
Astronomers find an old-looking galaxy in a young universe.
Ask Anything: What’s The Hottest Temperature Possible?
Short answer: 142,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 Kelvin, give or take a few zeros.
Gravitational Waves: Einstein Was Right, Again, Maybe
Cosmologists hope for a field-rocking announcement next week.
New Map Shows The Oldest Light In Our Universe
Also, the universe's age has now been measured at 13.8 billion years old.
Faraway Quasar Group Is The Largest Structure In The Universe
It would take a light-speed craft 4 billion years to get from one side of the group to the other.
Scientists Send A Cloud Of Atoms Plunging Below Absolute Zero
Absolute zero is theoretically the lowest possible temperature, but quantum researchers beg to differ.
The Same Laws That Govern Your Brain’s Development May Also Control The Growth Of The Universe
The universe is neither a computer nor a brain, but there are surprisingly similar laws to rule them all.