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Protein crystals grown in microgravity could yield antidotes for nerve agents
PHYS.ORG On a balmy evening in early June, Space X launched the Falcon 9 rocket, which ferried the Dragon spacecraft toward the International Space Station (ISS). As... 55 minutes
Large, distant comets more common than previously thought
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KSU team contributes to DUNE, the world's biggest neutrino experiment
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New survey suggests far fewer Jupiter sized rogue planets than thought
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New Type Ia supernova discovered using gravitational lensing
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Mapping dark matter
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Spiral arms allow school children to weigh black holes
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New survey suggests far fewer Jupiter sized rogue planets than thought
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Farewell, LISA Pathfinder! Test Mission for Gravitational-Wave Tech Ends
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