Astronomers Simulated How the Universe Would Look Without Dark Matter - Universe Today

Since the 1960s, there has been a general consensus among astronomers and cosmologists that the majority of the Universe is made up of an invisible, mysterious mass (known as Dark Matter). While ...

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The publication of the Technical Design Report is a major milestone for the construction of the Deep...

The publication of the Technical Design Report is a major milestone for the construction of the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, an international mega-science project hosted by Fermilab ...

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How the tiniest particles in the cosmos saved us all from annihilation

Ripples in spacetime known as gravitational waves could reveal the answer to one of the greatest...

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Fermilab open house gives children a look at potential careers

Educational program leader for Fermilab Amanda Early said the event generally draws “anywhere from...

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How a 'muon accelerator' could unravel some of the universe's greatest mysteries

We are made from normal particles such as electrons, but every such particle also has an antimatter...

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Could DAMA's 'Dark Matter Signal' Simply Be Poorly Analyzed Noise?

The dark matter halo around our galaxy should exhibit slightly different interaction...

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Are Physicists Too Dismissive When Experiments Give Unexpected Results?

The warm-hot intergalactic medium (WHIM) has been seen before, along incredibly overdense...

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The Universe Would Be Very Different Without Dark Matter

By measuring the average shape of galaxies... [+] throughout the Universe, scientists can detect...

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A super-rare 'Zee burst' in Antarctica could one day unlock a key mystery of ghostly neutrinos

-faint particles, most of them are so low-energy and insubstantial that they pass through our entire...

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A team led by scientists that included Berkeley Lab researchers has simulated the formation of a...

The rippling space-time grid represents gravitational waves that travel out from the collision, while the narrow beams show the bursts of gamma rays that are shot out just seconds after the ...

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Physicist Tristan Smith to Explore Dark Universe with NASA Grant

Assistant Professor of Physics Tristan Smith has received a NASA grant to support his work in developing new ways to identify and measure the physics of the dark universe. Smith will conduct ...

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Oculus Quest Becomes First VR Set With Native Hand Tracking - Slashdot

The Oculus Quest VR headset is about to receive an update that adds support for native hand tracking. "VR users will be able to put down their controllers and use their fingers to manipulate ...

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This Is How Astronomers Know The Age Of The Universe (And You Can, Too)

Light will always continue to propagate through this expanding Universe, and we will continue to...

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Evidence of New X17 Particle Reported, but Scientists Are Wary

The hunt for dark matter—and the associated particles and forces that we expect to accompany it—has...

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The 39 most awe-inspiring scientific discoveries of the decade include the 'God particle,' the first...

Some highlights include work that produced the first image of a black hole, traced what happened to...

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Warwick physicists among UK researchers awarded £30m investment in global science project

The University of Warwick has received over £900,000 to provide essential contributions to the international DUNE experiment, which aims to answer fundamental questions about our universe. This ...

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What is Dark Matter Made Of? These Are the Top Candidates

In the annals of science, it will go down as a contest for the ages: the race to discover dark...

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Fermilab, international partners break ground on new beamline

Hosted by Fermilab, LBNF will send trillions of neutrinos 800 miles through the earth to South Dakota – a journey that requires no tunnel, as neutrinos ...

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Mysterious Gravitational Wave Sparks Days-Long Hunt — But It Was Just a Glitch

Thursday (Nov. 14) marked the end of a thrilling, mysterious and ultimately disappointing five days...

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SDSC, Wisconsin University IceCube Center Conduct GPU Cloudburst Experiment

The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), an Organized Research Unit of UC San Diego; and the Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center (WIPAC) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison successfully ...

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How the 2010s Changed Physics Forever

This decade marked not just one but a series of turning points in the history of physics. The 2010s were an incredible decade for new knowledge, but more...

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The 'Strong CP Problem' Is The Most Underrated Puzzle In All Of Physics

In the Standard Model, the neutron's electric dipole moment is predicted to be a factor of ten... [+] billion larger than our observational limits show. The only explanation is that somehow, ...

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This 'Blob' of Radiation Might Be a Long-Lost Neutron Star

On Feb. 23, 1987, a ring of fire tore open the sky in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small galaxy that orbits ours some 168,000 light-years away. In the 32 years since astronomers spotted the ...

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.... Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory joined with its international...

With a ceremony held today, the U.S. Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory joined with its international partners to break ground on a new beamline that will help scientists ...

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Fermilab breaks ground on new beamline for world’s most advanced neutrino experiment

Hosted by Fermilab, LBNF will send trillions of neutrinos 1,300 kilometers (800 miles) through the earth to South Dakota – a journey that requires no tunnel, as neutrinos ...

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Three Physicists Stumbled Upon a Striking Mathematical Discovery

Although the physicists could hardly believe they’d discovered a new fact about such bedrock math,...

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This Is Why 'Multi-Messenger Astronomy' Is The Future Of Astrophysics

The remnant of supernova 1987a, located in the Large Magellanic Cloud some 165,000 light years away.... [+] When they reach peak brightness, a type II (core-collapse) supernova will be more ...

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Science Behind the Fiction: Rick and Morty's time machine runs on Dark Matter. What is that?

A crass animated television show on Adult Swim isn't the first place you'd think to turn for...

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Scientists working at CERN have started tests of a new neutrino detector prototype, using a very...

Scientists working at CERN have started tests of a new neutrino detector prototype, using a very promising technology called "dual phase." If successful, this new technology will be used at ...

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Better methods can’t make up for mediocre theory

Much digital ink has been spilt describing ways to improve replicability in science. For that, we must create better hypotheses — and those require better models and better measurements. 3, ...

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Is a New Particle Changing the Fate of the Universe?

Measurements of this expansion rate from nearby sources seem to be in conflict with the same measurement taken from distant sources. Astronomers have...

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This Is Why Dark Energy Is The Biggest Unsolved Problem In The Universe

The four possible fates of our Universe into the future; the last one appears to be the Universe we... [+] live in, dominated by dark energy. What's in the Universe, along with the laws of physics ...

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Weighing the Neutrino, the State of the True-Crime Podcast, and Undervaluing Les Murray

Weighing the neutrino: “Of all the known particles in the universe, only photons outnumber neutrinos...

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