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Physicists zoomed in on mysterious "missing" antimatter

PARIS – When the universe was born about 13.7 billion years ago, the Big Bang produced matter and antimatter particles in self-reflective pairs. So does the prevailing physics theory continue. Yet, everything we can see in the cosmos today, from the smallest insect on Earth to the largest star, is made up of particles of material whose antimaterial twins are …

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Physicists zoomed in on mysterious "missing" antimatter

PARIS – When the universe was born about 13.7 billion years ago, the Big Bang produced matter and antimatter particles in self-reflective pairs. So does the prevailing physics theory continue. Yet, everything we can see in the cosmos today, from the smallest insect on Earth to the largest star, is made up of particles of material whose antimaterial twins are …

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Physicists zoomed in on mysterious "missing" antimatter

Researchers believe they are one step closer to solving the missing antiparticle mystery When the universe arose about 13.7 billion years ago, the Big Bang generated matter and antimatter particles in mirror-image pairs. Such is the prevailing physics theory. Yet, everything we can see in the cosmos today, from the smallest insect on Earth to the largest star, is made …

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How physicists will remember Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking, a black-hole whisperer who explored the secrets of the most unfathomable objects in the universe, left behind a legacy of cosmological riddles sparked by his work, inspiring a generation of scientists who grew up with his books. After Hawking's death on March 14, at the age of 76, his most famous discovery – that black holes are not …

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