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Physicists set plans for a new supercollider

CERN has made a bold dream of building a new accelerator almost four times as long as its 27-kilometer Large Hadron Collider – currently the largest in the world – and up to six times stronger. The European Laboratory for Particle Physics. outside Geneva, Switzerland, the plan was presented in a technical report on January 15. The document contains several …

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Physicists set plans for a new super-collider

CERN has made a bold dream of building a new accelerator almost four times as long as its 27-kilometer Large Hadron Collider – currently the largest in the world – and up to six times stronger. The European Laboratory for Particle Physics. outside Geneva, Switzerland, the plan was presented in a technical report on January 15. The document contains several …

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Why physicists hunt the strangest of ghost particles

Every second of every day you are bombarded by billions of trillion subatomic particles shooting down from deep within space. They are blown through you with the power of a cosmic hurricane and shot at almost the speed of light. They come from all over the world at all times of the day and night. They permeate the earth's magnetic …

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Physicists discover a new competing state of matter in the superconducting material

Researchers at the Ames Laboratory used laser pulses of less than a trillionth of a second, much like flash photography, to take a series of snapshots. This technique, called terahertz spectroscopy, can be referred to as "laser strobe photography," in which many fast images show the subtle motion of electron pairs within the long-wavelength far infrared light materials. Picture credits: …

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Physicists capture the temporal coherence of a graphene qubit

Researchers at MIT and elsewhere have recorded the "temporal coherence" of a graphene qubit – how long it maintains a particular state in which it represents two logical states simultaneously – a crucial step forward for practical quantum computing. Researchers from MIT (19459007) and elsewhere have for the first time recorded the "temporal coherence" of a graphene qubit – meaning …

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Physicists record the lifetime of graphene qubits

This visualization shows graphene layers for membranes. Picture credits: University of Manchester Researchers at MIT and elsewhere have for the first time recorded the "temporal coherence" of a graphene qubit. This means how long a special state can be maintained, by which two logical states can be represented simultaneously. The demonstration, which used a new graphene-based qubitite, is a crucial …

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Physicists discovered gravitational waves from four new black hole fusions

Enlarge / Representation of the artist from two converging black holes creating a telltale gravitation Wave signatures picked up by the LIGO / VIRGO detectors. At a weekend workshop in Maryland, physicists from the LIGO and Virgo collaboration reported four previously unannounced discoveries of gravitational waves from black holes, including the most prominent black hole collision to date about 5 …

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Physicists Just Produced The Strange State Of Matter Known As A Bose-Einstein Condensate In Space

This is a Bose-Einstein condensate. For the first time in history, an international team of physicists has managed to produce the strange state of matter known as a Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) in space. A Bose-Einstein condensate is created by taking gas atoms that have extremely low density and then chilling them to very close to absolute zero (technically to within …

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Physicists have just produced the weird state of matter known as Bose-Einstein condensate in space

This is the first time a Bose-Einstein condensate has been generated in space. For the first time in history, an international team of physicists succeeded in producing the weird state of matter, known as Bose-Einstein, condensate (BEC) in space. In their new work, physicists discuss the rocket, which was sent into space with a tiny device that they created, so …

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