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Swimming in a Starship Pool? Gravity Loss Would Be Bad - 'Passengers' Film Clip
SPACE.COM Jennifer Lawrence's character "Aurora Lane" goes for a swim when suddenly artificial gravity is lost. The film premieres December 21,... 1 hour
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MacRumors Apple in the latest macOS Sierra beta appears to have fixed a common issue where transferring files to an external hard drive or SSD... 1 hour
Saturn's bulging core implies moons younger than thought
PHYS.ORG Freshly harvested data from NASA's Cassini mission reveals that Saturn's bulging core and twisting gravitational forces offer clues to the ages of the planet's moons. Astronomers now believe that the ringed planet's... 3 hours
How strong is the force of gravity on Earth?
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Gravity is a pretty awesome fundamental force. If it wasn't for the Earth's comfortable 1 g, which causes objects to fall towards the Earth at a speed of 9.8 m/s²,... 9 hours
Dark matter may be smoother than expected
PHYS.ORG Analysis of a giant new galaxy survey, made with ESO's VLT Survey Telescope in Chile, suggests that dark matter may be less dense and more smoothly distributed throughout space than previously thought. An international... 11 hours
today s google doodle celebrates the first astronomer to measure the speed of light Today’s Google doodle celebrates the first astronomer to measure the speed of light
THE VERGE Today’s Google doodle pays homage to a discovery that has... 13 hours
Determine the speed of light, and be honored with a Google Doodle - CNET
CNET Google Doodle celebrates of the 340 anniversary of Olaus Roemer's determination of the speed of light. 1 day
Transforming plant cells from generalists to specialists
PHYS.ORG As a growing plant extends its roots into the soil, the new cells that form at their tips assume different roles, from transporting water and nutrients to sensing gravity. 1 day
Interstellar Glitz: Designing the 'Passengers' Starship, Inside and Out
SPACE.COM Famed production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas discusses the incredible starship design for the film "Passengers" (2016). 2 days
new evidence on the formation of the solar system New Evidence on the Formation of the Solar System
ASTRO WATCH International research involving a Monash University scientist is using new computer models and evidence from meteorites to show... 3 days
tangled threads weave through cosmic oddity Tangled Threads Weave Through Cosmic Oddity
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Cards Against Humanity has filled in its giant hole to nowhere - CNET
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ASTRO WATCH After a series of upgrades, the twin detectors of LIGO, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory, have turned back on and resumed their search for... 5 days
Black hole paints stunning picture as it shapes distant galaxy - CNET
CNET The Hubble Space Telescope captures a distant supermassive black hole playing with its food and the results are spectacular. 5 days
Black hole paints stunning picture with galaxy it's about to destroy - CNET
CNET The Hubble Space Telescope captures a distant supermassive black hole playing with its food and the results are spectacular. 6 days
LIGO back online, ready for more discoveries
PHYS.ORG Today (November 30), scientists restarted the twin detectors of LIGO, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory, after making several improvements to the system. Over the last year, they have made enhancements to LIGO's lasers, electronics,... 6 days
Gravitational-Wave Detector Resumes Hunt for Space-Time Ripples
SPACE.COM The LIGO experiment, which made the first direct detection of gravitational waves, is once again on the hunt for these ripples in the fabric of space-time. 1 week
LIGO back online, ready for more discoveries
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Solar System’s Birth was Triggered by Nearby Low-Mass Supernova, Researchers Say
SCI-NEWS.COM A low-mass core-collapse supernova catalyzed the birth of our Solar System, according to a... 1 week
Squeezed states of light can improve feedback cooling significantly
PHYS.ORG How does the tightrope walker manage to maintain her balance and avoid that fatal drop from the sky? She carefully senses the motion of her body and vibrations of the... 1 week
NASA Saturn mission prepares for 'ring-grazing orbits'
SCIENCE DAILY A thrilling ride is about to begin for NASA's Cassini spacecraft. Engineers have been pumping up the spacecraft's orbit around Saturn this year to increase its tilt with respect to the planet's equator and... 1 week
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ASTRO WATCH A research team led by University of Minnesota School of Physics and Astronomy Professor Yong-Zhong Qian uses new... 1 week
Scientists develop new optical circuit components to manipulate light
PHYS.ORG Do you think your computer is fast enough? Think again. The computers of the future could work almost at the speed of light! Nanophotonics, the study of light at the... 1 week
Universe's constants now known with sufficient certainty to redefine the International System of Units
PHYS.ORG Fundamental constants are physical quantities that are universal in nature. For example, the speed of light in vacuum and the... 1 week
Superbright Radio Burst Illuminates the Intergalactic Web
SPACE.COM An extraordinarily luminous fast radio burst (FBR) — a brief, powerful emission of radio waves from a distant cosmic source — has revealed new clues about the web of matter that stretches between galaxies. 1 week
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PHYS.ORG Scientists behind a theory that the speed of light is variable - and not constant as Einstein suggested - have made a prediction that... 2 weeks
NA64 hunts the mysterious dark photon
PHYS.ORG One of the biggest puzzles in physics is that eighty-five percent of the matter in our universe is "dark": it does not interact with the photons of the conventional electromagnetic force and is therefore invisible to... 2 weeks
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Study offers important insights into link between mental disorders and physical diseases
NEWS MEDICAL Mental disorders and physical diseases frequently go hand in hand. For the first time, psychologists at the University of Basel and Ruhr University Bochum... 2 weeks
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Gravity sensors might offer earlier warning of earthquakes
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PHYS.ORG A snapshot of the stellar life cycle has been captured in a new portrait from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Smithsonian's Submillimeter Array (SMA). A... 2 weeks
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PHYS.ORG Scientists from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) are part of an international team that has discovered minute fluctuations in Saturn's gravitational field using several thousand images of the planet's moons obtained by the Cassini probe.     2 weeks
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Do Extremely Reddened Quasars Extinguish Star Formation?
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Expanding New Frontiers in the Solar System and Beyond
ASTRO WATCH NASA’s Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA, will soon be studying Neptune’s giant moon, Triton, and following-up on Hubble’s recent sighting of water plumes on Jupiter’s moon Europa. According to recently... 3 weeks
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Team discovers major supercluster of galaxies hidden by Milky Way
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How the short story that inspired Arrival helps us interpret the film’s major twist
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