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The Milky way: off by 50%

While we're able to detect tiny planets orbiting stars many light years away, and land a craft on a comet, figuring out how big the...

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Emoticontact

This image from Hubble does really look like a smiley face. It's also an excellent example of a gravitational lens: when a massive...

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Gravitational waves hidden behind the galaxy

In a disappointing conclusion, joint analysis of the BICEP2 data with data from Planck has shown no evidence of gravitational waves in...

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A glimpse at Ceres

NASA's Dawn spacecraft is on a course to the dwarf planet Ceres, and has just taken a remarkable 27-pixel across image of this tiny...

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