Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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Experiment Confirms a Crucial Property of Electrons, Unfortunately

When it comes to physics, fewer things are more exciting than proving something wrong. Proving theories wrong has led to entirely new fields of...

One asteroid at a time? Nah.

Asteroids are some of the oldest and most undisturbed objects in our solar system. These miniaturized, rocky worlds have been-for the most part-peacefully...

Cosmic uncertainty: Are there antimatter worlds out there?

ESA/Herschel/PACS/MESS Key Programme Supernova Remnant TeamAntimatter has always been full of surprises. The first was that it existed. The second was that it didn't.First...

Uranus and Neptune: Cloudy with a chance of diamonds

On Earth, we experience rain composed of liquid water. On Titan, it rains liquid methane. And on Uranus and Neptune, it rains solid diamonds....

Stunning Antimatter Breakthrough Leads to Antihydrogen Anti-Atoms

Physicists from Swansea University in the UK have created antihydrogen for the first time ever, a breakthrough which brings scientists another step closer to...

25 things to bring to the eclipse

I drew up this list for people who will be traveling to see the eclipse but won't be part of an organized travel group....

25 facts you should know about the August 21, 2017, total...

When I first wrote this blog, the event was more than three years away. Not anymore! Each day now seems to bring...

20 hot spots to view the solar eclipse

The total solar eclipse that will happen August 21, 2017, will dazzle everyone who views it. Potential observers may have some questions, however. Where...

Physicists Have Captured The First Spectral Fingerprints of Antimatter

It's been about nine months since a team of CERN researchers succeeded in their goal of measuring the spectrum of light emitted from hydrogen's...

Jupiter has two new moons

As if the gas giant wasn't impressive enough, Jupiter's already long list of moons has just grown by two.While on the hunt for...