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We finally know what sparks the Northern Lights
It took researchers more than 20 years to figure out this light show mystery.
3D Holograms Of Atoms Offer A Glimpse Inside Molecules
To understand a molecule, you need to know the lay of its atoms
In A New State Of Matter, Electrons Can Break Into Pieces
And here you thought there were just solids, liquids, and gases
Which is More Powerful: A Giant Microscope or a Giant Telescope?
A battle of resolution
NASA Could Soon Launch A Giant Solar Sail Beyond Our Solar System
Raise the e-sail
How To Build Your Own Particle Detector
Watch particles zip through your living room
Light Photographed As A Wave And A Particle For The First Time
Seeing is believing
Experimental Particle Accelerator Boosts Electrons On A Wave
Surf's up at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in California.
This Bacterium Shoots Out Wires From Its Body To Power Itself
One day, bacteria like this could go into biological-silicon circuits.
The Simplest Periodic Table We’ve Ever Seen
No numbers, just dots