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New research on high-energy nutrinos again proves Einstein right
Most thorough test to date finds no Lorentz violation in high-energy neutrinos.

Once again, scientists have shown that Albert Einstein’s theory of special relativity is right — this time, thanks to a particle detector buried deep beneath Antarctica. Researchers from the 1-gigaton IceCube Neutrino Observatory analyzed subatomic…

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Sound waves reveal diamond cache deep in Earth’s interior
Study finds 1–2 percent of Earth’s oldest mantle rocks are made from diamond.

A new study by the MIT scientists suggests that there might be quadrillion tons of diamond hidden in the Earth’s interior. The outcomes are unlikely to set off a diamond rush. The ultradeep cache might be scattered inside cratonic roots — the most…

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NASA’s Webb space telescope to inspect atmospheres of gas giant exoplanets
Locating Earth-sized planets and larger “super-Earths” orbiting nearby stars for further study.

In April 2018, NASA propelled the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). Its fundamental objective is to find Earth-sized planets and bigger “super-Earths” revolving nearby stars for further examinations. A standout amongst the greatest instruments…

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Colourful celestial landscape
The star cluster RCW 38 in all its glory.

New observations with ESO‘s Very Large Telescope demonstrate the star cluster RCW 38 in the entirety of its glory. This picture was taken amid testing of the HAWK-I camera with the GRAAL versatile optics system. It demonstrates RCW 38 and its encompassing…

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Scientists discovered the major collision that changed the Milky Way
While there have been many dwarf satellites falling onto the Milky Way over its life, this was the largest of them all.

An international team of astronomers including the University of Cambridge has discovered an ancient and dramatic head-on collision between the Milky Way and a smaller object, dubbed ‘the Sausage galaxy’. The astronomical crash was a characterizing…

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Newborn planet caught in the act of forming in the dusty disc
Spectrum reveals cloudy atmosphere.

Astronomers at the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg, Germany have caught a fabulous snapshot of planetary development around the youthful dwarf star PDS 70. By utilizing the SPHERE instrument on ESO‘s Very Large Telescope (VLT),…

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NASA invites media to view launch of mission to “Touch the Sun”
The spacecraft will launch on a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket from Space Launch Complex 37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (CCAFS) in Florida.

In order to revolutionize our understanding of the sun, NASA made an announcement about their mission to ‘Touch the Sun’. For, that, they designed a spacecraft called Parker Solar Probe. Unlike any other probe, this Solar Probe Plus mission will have to…
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