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CERN lab on the hunt for dark matter

Aerial View of the CERN. Credit: CERN      Europe's physics lab CERN on Tuesday 27 percent of the universe.                                  The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), which is home to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) -a giant lab in a 27-kilometer (17-mile) tunnel straddling the French-Swiss border-said the new experiment what "designed to look for light and weakly interacting …

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NASA Sleuths – "Searching for Missing Matter of the Universe"

Posted February 16, 2019 For decades, astronomers have searched for something that sounds as if it's hard to miss, "Baryonic, matter in the universe. New findings from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory could have helped them locate this elusive vastness of missing matter. From independent, well-established observations, scientists have confidently calculated how much normal matter – that is, hydrogen – means. …

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Merging neutron stars provides insight into the fundamental properties of matter

Simulation of fusing neutron stars, calculated with supercomputers. Different colors show the mass density and the temperature some time after the fusion and just before the object collapses into a black hole. Quarks are expected to form where temperature and density are higher. The option to measure the gravitational waves of two merging neutron stars offered the opportunity to answer …

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Mapping how a mysterious liquid became matter

A new perspective of the STAR detector at RHIC, seen through crystal ball refraction photography. The photo was a finalist for the Photowalk of the Brookhaven National Laboratory in 2018. Photo credits Joe Caggiano The leading theory of the beginning of the universe is the Big Bang, which states that the universe existed as a singularity 14 billion years ago, …

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The fit of the Sixers is not great, but what if that does not matter?

It often feels like relentless forces are driving the Philadelphia 76ers toward disharmony – and finally, the breakup of their star core. Jimmy Butler, the newest star, jumped because of his idiosyncratic offenses. The Sixers do not run many pick-and-rolls because their best ball handler Ben Simmons practically refuses to shoot outside the restricted area. Joel Embiid sees the restricted …

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Scientists find evidence that dark matter can be heated and displaced

Star formation in small dwarf galaxies can slowly heat up the dark matter and push it outward. The left picture shows the hydrogen gas density of a simulated dwarf galaxy from above. The image on the right shows the same for a true dwarf galaxy, IC 1613. In the simulation, repeated gas inflow and outflow cause the gravitational field strength …

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Dark matter in motion | space

<! – -> The formation of stars in small dwarf galaxies can slowly heat up the dark matter and push it outwards, according to a new study. On the left, the hydrogen gas density of a simulated dwarf galaxy from above. Right, the same goes for a real dwarf galaxy, IC 1613. In the simulation, the repeated gas supply and …

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New findings could "smoke" in relation to dark matter

Dark Matter Experts hope that a new study of how dark matter moves through galaxies can ultimately lead to an understanding of the mysterious substance. "This study could be proof of the" smoking weapon "One step closer to understanding dark matter," said co-author Matthew Walker, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, in a press release. "Our finding that it can …

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