Did we find dark matter?
What is the most remote object in the universe?
Ein Stern, which is only as big as Frankfurt – and yet as heavy as the sun. Just imagining this takes the layman to the […]
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A cooling technology developed by NASA for use in space could significantly speed up the charging of electric cars on Earth in the future. As […]
Meteorites may help astronomers devise a new way to track down dark matter — mysterious, invisible particles that until now have only been detected because […]
Artist’s impression of NASA’s Dart craft (double asteroid redirection test). Image: NASA But that’s exactly what has just been successfully achieved in a historic “planetary […]
The billionaire’s statement comes after the Ukrainian ambassador attacked him over his proposed “peace plan”. Billionaire Elon Musk has said his space exploration company SpaceX […]
A spacecraft that plowed into a small, harmless asteroid millions of kilometers from Earth managed to change the space rock’s orbit, NASA said Tuesday, announcing […]
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