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March 01, 2024
Listen to the Universe: New NASA Sonifications and Documentary

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 29, 2024
Three new sonifications of images from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes have been released in conjunction with a new documentary about the project that makes its debut on the NASA+ streaming platform. Sonification is the process of translating data into sounds. In the case of Chandra and other telescopes, scientific data are collected from space as digital signals that are commonly turned into visual imagery. The sonification project takes these data through another step of ma ... read more
Cosmic lighthouses that cleared primordial fog identified with JWST
University Park PA (SPX) Feb 29, 2024
Scientists working with data from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) have obtained the first full spectra of some of the earliest starlight in the universe. The images provide the clearest pic ... more
Penn State scientists say dwarf galaxies were among earliest universe starlight
Washington DC (UPI) Feb 28, 2024
Penn State University researchers said in a study Wednesday that working with the James Webb Space Telescope they found the first full spectra of tiny galaxies, revealing some of the earliest starlight in the universe. ... more
Capturing the ripples of spacetime: LISA gets go-ahead
Paris (ESA) Jan 29, 2024
ESA's Science Programme Committee approved the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) mission, the first scientific endeavour to detect and study gravitational waves from space. This import ... more
Using Ancient Ultraviolet Light to Probe Theories of Cosmology
Washington DC (SPX) Jan 29, 2024
By studying the formation and evolution of galaxies in the early universe, researchers seek to test the predictions of our leading theory of cosmology. New research suggests that the ultraviolet lum ... more
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Breakthrough laboratory study illuminates conditions for space plasma chorus emissions
Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Feb 19, 2024
In a landmark study, scientists from the National Institute for Fusion Science in Toki, Japan, and the University of Tokyo's Graduate School of Frontier Sciences have successfully replicated the con ... more
From Black Holes to Nestars: New Theoretical Model Explores Nested Gravitational Stars
Frankfurt, Germany (SPX) Feb 16, 2024
In a groundbreaking study that revisits the foundational principles of general relativity and the nature of cosmic objects, theoretical physicists from Goethe University Frankfurt have proposed a re ... more
eROSITA relaxes cosmological tensions
Berlin, Germany (SPX) Feb 15, 2024
In a groundbreaking advancement in cosmological research, the German eROSITA consortium, spearheaded by the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (MPE), has unveiled findings that refine ... more
Astronomy observation instrument used to uncover internal structure of atomic nuclei
Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Feb 15, 2024
A group of researchers have used equipment originally intended for astronomy observation to capture transformations in the nuclear structure of atomic nuclei, reports a new study in Scientific Repor ... more
New state of matter with Chiral Currents unveiled
Berlin, Germany (SPX) Feb 12, 2024
In a groundbreaking study published in Nature, an international team of researchers has unveiled a novel state of matter, distinguished by chiral currents at the atomic level. This discovery challen ... more
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Innovative Research Sheds Light on Charge Transfer in 2D Semiconductors
Berlin, Germany (SPX) Feb 09, 2024
In a significant advancement for semiconductor technology, researchers from the Universities of Gottingen, Marburg, and Cambridge have leveraged electron spectroscopy to uncover the intricate detail ... more
Astrophysicists find dust in galaxies affects their distance measurements in the Universe
Brno-stred, Czechia (SPX) Feb 06, 2024
Dust around galactic nuclei significantly affects the measurement of their distances in the Universe. This was discovered by a team of physicists led by Michal Zajacek from the Masaryk University in ... more
Revolutionary Time Crystal Developed by Dortmund Physicists Lasts Over 40 Minutes
Dortmund, Germany (SPX) Feb 02, 2024
In a groundbreaking study recently published in Nature Physics, a research team from TU Dortmund University has made a significant leap forward in the development of time crystals, achieving a lifes ... more
Gravity helps show strong force strength in the proton
Newport News VA (SPX) Jan 24, 2024
The power of gravity is writ large across our visible universe. It can be seen in the lock step of moons as they circle planets; in wandering comets pulled off-course by massive stars; and in the sw ... more
NASA team takes top award for contributions to high-energy astrophysics
Washington DC (UPI) Jan 23, 2024
The Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer team at NASA has been awarded a prestigious prize in the field of high-energy astronomy. ... more
Quantum Field theory breakthrough: First observation of vacuum decay bubbles

London, UK (SPX) Jan 23, 2024
In a significant development for quantum field theory, an international team of researchers, with theoretical support from Newcastle University, has observed a phenomenon known as 'false vacuum decay' for the first time. This experimental milestone, conducted in Italy and involving Newcastle scientists, offers vital insights into a process thought to be central to the creation of the universe. Vacuum decay in quantum field theory describes a transition from a less stable state to a true stable sta ... read more
Lightest black hole or heaviest neutron star? MeerKAT uncovers a mysterious object in Milky Way
Manchester UK (SPX) Jan 19, 2024
An international team of astronomers have found a new and unknown object in the Milky Way that is heavier than the heaviest neutron stars known and yet simultaneously lighter than the lightest black ... more

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Astronomers detect oldest black hole ever observed
Cambridge UK (SPX) Jan 18, 2024
Researchers have discovered the oldest black hole ever observed, dating from the dawn of the universe, and found that it is 'eating' its host galaxy to death. The international team, led by th ... more
NenuFAR Radio Telescope sheds light on formation of Universe's first stars
Paris, France (SPX) Jan 18, 2024
The NenuFAR Cosmic Dawn project, an ambitious initiative dedicated to unraveling the mysteries of the universe's earliest epochs, has recently achieved a significant milestone in its exploration of ... more
New measurement technique unveiled for thermal hall effect in quantum materials
Berlin, Germany (SPX) Jan 18, 2024
Researchers at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) have made a significant leap in the field of quantum materials by developing a novel measurement method that accurately detects minuscule temperatur ... more
Experiment could test quantum nature of large masses for the first time
London, UK (SPX) Jan 17, 2024
An experiment outlined by a UCL (University College London)-led team of scientists from the UK and India could test whether relatively large masses have a quantum nature, resolving the question of w ... more
Two atoms playing ping-pong
Vienna, Austria (SPX) Jan 17, 2024
Atoms can absorb and reemit light - this is an everyday phenomenon. In most cases, however, an atom emits a light particle in all possible directions - recapturing this photon is therefore quite har ... more
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