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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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Physicists created a "mysterious waveform" to study gravitational waves

Composition: NASA and Pixabay There was a time when physics experiments could be performed with two weighted balls and a tower in Pisa (though Galileo is famous) experiment is most likely apocryphal). Today scientists need a rocket, a special rubidium isotope, some lasers, and a few minutes of free fall to do their experiments. At least you need a Bose-Einstein …

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Physicists model electrons in unprecedented detail – Spoiler Alert: They are round

Electrons are extremely round, and some physicists are not pleased about it. A new experiment captures the most detailed view yet of any electron that uses lasers to find evidence of particles around the particles, researchers reported in a new study. By illuminating molecules, scientists were able to interpret how other subatomic particles change the charge distribution of an electron. …

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Physicists condemn sexism with "Particles for Justice"

This week, every week, should have triumphed for women in physics. The Canadian physicist Donna Strickland was the first Nobel laureate for her work on the laser after 55 years. She finally joined a short list of only two other women, Marie Curie and Maria Goeppert-Mayer. But Seyda Ipek barely had time to celebrate. The University of California physicist Irvine …

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Ghost Black Holes from another universe may have been discovered by physicists

A group of researchers say they identified the remains of black holes from another universe that existed before our own. In a published on the pre-print server arXiv.org, renowned mathematical physicist Roger Penrose of the University of Oxford, the theoretical physicist Krzysztof Meissner of the University of Warsaw and Daniel An of New York Maritime College, argue that signs These …

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Is a "phantom universe" hidden in the cosmic microwave background? A trio of physicists think there is

Posted on August 26, 2018 In the art world, there is a term called pentimento, which means a change, an overlay on a painting that bears evidence of an earlier work. Similarly, British physicist and former Stephen Hawking colleague Sir Roger Penrose and his team argue that extinct universes exist filled with hidden black holes embedded in the map of …

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Physicists fight with chaos mess Chaos

An international Yale-led research team has pursued a new approach to stabilizing high-power lasers by fighting chaos with chaos. The demand for high-power lasers for applications such as material processing, large displays, laser surgery and LIDAR remote sensing systems (Light Detection and Ranging). A long-term challenge for high performance lasers is taming their irregular pulsations and chaotic fluctuations in emission …

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Physicists cut laser beams into wild-grinding knots

An illustration from the study shows that light waves interact with each other around singularities. Photo credit: University of Bristol A team of physicists has incorporated light into the numbers 8 and 8 As the scientists published on July 30 in the journal Nature Physics, researchers have found out how to use the Waves of two laser beams interacting and …

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In a first step, physicists accelerate atoms in the Large Hadron Collider

Physicists were not content with protons and atomic nuclei, but used a new type of particle for rotation around the world's strongest particle accelerator. On July 25, at CERN in Geneva, the Large Hadron Collider accelerated ionized lead atoms, each of which contains a single electron filled with a lead core. Each lead atom normally has 82 electrons, but the …

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