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The 'demon particle': Have scientists discovered the impossible? - study

 Prof. Khachatur Manukyan and his team employed cutting-edge spectroscopic and imaging instruments to get a closer look than ever at the inks, paper and fibers that made Benjamin Franklin’s bills distinctive and hard to replicate.

US researchers decipher secrets behind Benjamin Franklin’s paper money

 An artist’s composition of the Milky Way seen through a neutrino lens (blue).

For first time, scientists use neutrinos to create 'ghostly' map of Milky Way

 Artist's impression of the surroundings of a supermassive black hole (Illustrative).

Israeli astrophysicists may have solved the mystery of early massive galaxies

 This photo of Jupiter, taken from the Hubble Space Telescope on June 27, 2019, features the Great Red Spot, a storm the size of Earth that has been raging for hundreds of years.

How does Jupiter appear in different colors?

 This artist’s impression shows how ULAS J1120+0641, a very distant quasar powered by a black hole with a mass two billion times that of the Sun, may have looked.

Scientists discover that galactic collisions cause quasars - study

 One of the Unit Telescopes of ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) is producing artificial stars in the skies above the Atacama Desert, above the Milky Way.

Detailed dark matter map provides further support for Einstein's theory of general relativity

 Swift X-ray observations of galaxy NGC 5408 indicate its ultraluminous X-ray source undergoes periodic changes every 115.5 days. This cycle, astronomers suspect, is linked to the orbit of a donor star around a middleweight black hole, as shown in this artist's view.

What are mysterious cosmic objects shining brighter than the sun?

Satellite view of Israel and the Middle East

How did Earth get its water? Exoplanet research raises new theories

 A wormhole (illustrative).

Astrophysicist claims to be close to building a time machine

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 Radio frequency anechoic chamber, Antennas Research Group, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece. The interior surfaces are covered with pyramidal Radiation Absorbent Material (RAM) which are made of rubberized foam impregnated with mixtures of carbon and iron.

The quietest place on earth will drive you insane

 An example of a pulsar, a neutron star emitting beams of electromagnetic radiation (Illustrative).

Israeli scientists shed light on mysterious matter jets in space - study

 A laser is sent down a UMD hallway in an experiment to corral light as it makes a 45-meter journey.

Laser experiment breaks record crossing University of Maryland hallway

Artist's impression of neutron stars merging, producing gravitational waves and resulting in a kilonova

The collision of stars rockets scientists' understanding of physics

A general view of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiment is seen during a media visit at the Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in the French village of Saint-Genis-Pouilly near Geneva in Switzerland, July 23, 2014

New CERN data dismisses apparent anomaly in Standard Model of Physics

 Dark matter and gas (Illustrative).

'Dark photons' may be what makes up dark matter - study

 The collision of two black holes - a tremendously powerful event detected for the first time ever by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, or LIGO - is seen in this still image from a computer simulation released in Washington February 11, 2016

Schrodinger's black hole? Bizarre quantum properties of stellar bodies revealed

 Front view of the IceCube Lab at twilight, with a starry sky showing a glimpse of the Milky Way overhead and sunlight lingerin​​g on the horizon

Neutrinos traced back to a specific galaxy for first time