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Harvard scientists say radiation from black holes could create life

In search of alien life, scientists often focus on the "Goldilocks Zone," the region around a star where the temperature of liquid water on the surface of a orbiting planet would be just right. But now, a team from Harvard University suggests there's another kind of Goldilocks Zone that we should consider in our search for aliens – and instead …

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Electron pairs (or pairs of holes) may survive the effort to kill superconductivity

Copper oxide layers of LBCO (the lanthanum barium layers would be in between). 3-D superconductivity occurs when the current in and between the copper oxide layers can flow freely while 2-D superconductivity exists when the current flows freely only within the layers (not perpendicular). The perpendicular orientations of stripe patterns from one layer to the next may be part of …

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How big the holes in the Antarctic ice are, even though it's cold

This is an Inside Science story. (Inside Science) – By analyzing data from seal robots and sensors glued to seals, researchers can now understand the mysterious origins of giant holes that can open in Antarctic sea ice, according to a new study. A Polynya – a Russian word meaning "hole in the ice" – can form off the coast of …

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The most detailed simulations of black holes solve many years of riddles

This image shows how the inner area of ​​the accretion disk (red) is aligned with the equatorial plane of the black hole. The outer disc is tilted away. The inner disc (where the black curve drops off) is horizontal, signaling the long-awaited Bardeen-Petterson alignment. Picture credits: Sasha Tchekhovskoy / Northwestern University; Matthew Liska / University of Amsterdam An international team …

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Black holes create Hawking radiation, possibly confirming the famous theory

Enlarge / Simulated view of a black hole in front of the Large Magellanic Cloud. Israeli physicists believe it confirmed one of the late Stephen Hawking's most famous predictions by creating the sonic equivalent of a black hole made of an exotic superfluid of ultra-cold atoms. Jeff Steinhauer and colleagues from the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) have described these …

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