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Paradox Solved? How Information Can Escape From a Black Hole
Science & Tech  (tags: space, black holes, astrophysics )

Freya
- 1200 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Every black hole conceals a secret -- the quantum remains of the star from which it formed, say a group of scientists, who also predict that these stars can later emerge once the black hole evaporates.
'Extreme' Star's Sudden Slowdown Stumps Astronomers
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, science, research, scientists, McGill, Kaspi, astrophysics, investigation, magnetar, neutron star, pulsar, space )

Michael
- 1484 days ago - cbc.ca
A rare, bizarre type of star has left astronomers scratching their heads after unexpectedly slowing down its spin.
Astrophysicist Warns Of Global Solar Storm Catastrophe
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MAD HATTA
- 2171 days ago - solar-storm-warning.com
No high government official as of yet has stuck his or her neck out to make an official announcement about the catastrophic implications regarding NASA's standing Solar Storm Warning for 2012-2013, as to allow the global population to begin preparing.
Stephen Hawkings Black Hole Radiation Been Verified Italian Team Says
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, black holes, physics, astrophysics, science, scientists, space )

Michelle
- 2456 days ago - stumbleupon.com
Is a Nobel Prize on its way to Stephen Hawking? Hawking is world renowned for his work on gravity and black holes, including his 1974 postulation of the eponymous Hawking radiation
Summer Solstice: It's a Stormy Time for the Sun
Science & Tech  (tags: Astrophysics, scientists, Astrophysics Research Centre, Belfast, Sun, summer solstice, magnetic fields, solar flares, effect of Sun's activity on Earth )

Judy
- 2561 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
At the Astrophysics Research Centre in Belfast, we work with colleagues throughout Britain to try to understand the Sun's powerful magnetic fields, and how its multi-million-degree temperatures affect our lives.
"Was the Universe Created By A Big Bang?" -Several of the World's Leading Cosmologists Say "No"
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, astrophysics, cosmology, Big Bang )

Beatrice
- 2686 days ago - dailygalaxy.com
Several of the worlds leading astrophysicists believe there was no Big Bang that brought the universe and time into existence. Before the Big Bang, the standard theory assumes, there was no space, just nothing. Einstein merged the universe into a single e
Another Clue In The Case For Dark Matter
Science & Tech  (tags: dark matter, dark energy, energy, universe, mass, astronomy, science, research, news, world, tech, technology, astrophysics, fermi space telescope, space, nasa, discovery, concept, interesting, scientists )

PinkMindy
- 2976 days ago - sciencenews.org
The Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has found new evidence that may hint at the existence of dark matter, the exotic invisible material believed to make up 85 percent of the mass of the universe.
Mystery Roar From Faraway Space Detected
Science & Tech  (tags: science, astronomy, radio waves, Cosmology, Astrophysics )

Scarlett
- 3086 days ago - space.com
Scientists have detected radio waves from deep space that are six times louder than any other radio waves ever detected. This is a HUGE order of magnitude, as the article explains.
New Planet Found in Constellation Leo
Science & Tech  (tags: science, discovery, space, technology, astrophysics, constellation, exoplanet, orbit, planet, star )

J.
- 3364 days ago - ucl.ac.uk
The new planet, dubbed GJ 436c, lies at a distance of 30 light years from the Earth and has a mass five times that of our planet, but is the smallest found to date, according to the astronomers.
Scientists Detect Amino Acetonitrile Near the Center of Our Milky Way
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, discovery, astrophysics, acetonitrile, amino, astronomers, glycine, interstellar, molecule, spectral, telescope, Australia Telescope Compact Array, Radioastronomy, Millimetre and Submillimetre Astronomy )

J.
- 3377 days ago - mpg.de
A new organic molecule was found in space with a 30 metre radio telescope in Spain and two radio interferometers in France and Australia in the "Large Molecule Heimat", a giant gas cloud near the galactic center in the constellation Sagittarius B2.
Morphological Evolution of Spiders Predicted By Pendulum Mechanics
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, biology, astrophysics, study, concept, animal, evolutionary, pendulum, species, spider, physics, chemistry )

J.
- 3379 days ago - plosone.org
Intrigued by this evolutionary phenomenon,a team of scientists conducted an inquiry into biological advantages & caveats of such a peculiar lifestyle by studying over a hundred spider species.Results have implications for the evolution & ecology of spider
Physicists and Engineers Search for New Dimension
Science & Tech  (tags: quantum physics, astrophysics, black holes, environment, investigation, research, space, study, world )

J.
- 3393 days ago - physorg.com
They're looking for small primordial black holes that,when they explode,may produce a radio pulse that could be detected on Earth.These black holes are called primordial because they were created a fraction of a second after the beginning of the universe.
New Facility Aims to Improve NASA Moon Rocket Engine
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, technology, scientists, Astrophysics, space probes, space exploration, space missions, rocket engine, solid-fuel rocket, performance, Moon, Mars, NASA, news )

J.
- 3394 days ago - news.uns.purdue.edu
Purdue University engineers are conducting experiments using a new hydrogen facility to help NASA create designs to improve the cooling efficiency and performance of the J-2X rocket engine, critical for future missions to Mars and the moon.
Earth: A Borderline Planet for Life?
Science & Tech  (tags: astrophysics, science, astronomy, research, study, environment, concept, theory, interesting )

J.
- 3452 days ago - cfa.harvard.edu
New work by astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics shows that if Earth had been slightly smaller and less massive, it would not have plate tectonics -- the forces that move continents and build mountains.
Telescope Project Receives $30 Million From Charles Simonyi, Bill Gates
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, technology, future, space telescopes, space exploration, astronomy, astrophysics, news )

J.
- 3459 days ago - uanews.org
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Project,8.4-metre telescope proposed for 2014,will cover the sky every three nights,opening a window on objects that change or move on rapid timescales:exploding supernovae,potentially hazardous near-Earth asteroids ...
 

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