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The night sky, sprinkled with twinkling stars and the pale light of a silvery Moon, has fascinated humans since the dawn of history. But, why is it dark? If you think that the answer is: "Because you don't see the Sun," think again.
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Antimatter Supernova! The Largest Explosion Ever RecordedAntimatter...
We've recently seen the largest explosion ever recorded: a supergiant star two hundred times bigger than the sun utterly obliterated by runaway thermonuclear reactions triggered by gamma ray-driven antimatter production. The resulting blast was visib...
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A new view on the Horsehead Nebula
Ever seen the Horsehead Nebula? If you look at the easternmost star in Orion's Belt through a telescope, you're likely to see something like this (the star is just off the image to your left): A pretty little nebula, to be sure, but it doesn't look a...
Ever wonder what you might weigh on Mars or The Moon? Here's your chance to find out.