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Physics Today     13 hours ago

This is the slowest radioactive decay ever spotted

An experiment designed to search for dark matter has instead observed an incredibly rare form of radioactive decay: two-neutrino double electron capture. Using the XENON1T detector, researchers found evidence of the...
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Physics Today     18 hours ago

Russia may soon decommission the world’s most historic launch pad

After hosting two more launches this year, Site no. 1 in Baikonur, Kazakhstan, is likely going to be decommissioned. Site no. 1 was the launch pad from which both the first artificial satellite, the first man, and the...
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Physics Today     20 hours ago

The Hubble Space Telescope Observatory

On this day in 1990, the space shuttle Discovery launched from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to bring the Hubble Space Telescope into orbit. Aided by fixes and upgrades via five servicing missions, the telescope...
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Physics Today     23.04.2019

Max Planck: One hundredth birthday celebration

Born on this day in 1858 in Kiel, Germany, theoretical physicist Max Planck was a founder of quantum theory. His research into blackbody radiation and the first and second laws of thermodynamics led to his discovery...
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Physics Today     22.04.2019

An anti-satellite test ban is urgently needed - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Subrata Ghoshroy argues that India’s anti-satellite test was more about trying to win the next election than a technology demonstrator, and the world would be better off by banning these weapons....
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Physics Today     19.04.2019

A glimpse of a planetary system’s final stages

When the hydrogen fuel that keeps a star like our sun burning brightly is exhausted, the star expands into a red giant before collapsing into a hot, dense white dwarf. Although the stellar swelling engulfs nearby...
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Physics Today     19.04.2019

F-1 Engine Thrust Chamber

The F-1 Engine was used in the Saturn V rocket. If you want to know how it was made, and how it worked, this website will give you some idea (photo credit: Marshall Research Center)
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Physics Today     18.04.2019

Helium users are at the mercy of suppliers

A shortage of helium and a rise in its price are plaguing experimental physicists and chemists whose research requires low temperatures. In recent months the supply has become so restricted by growing industrial...
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Physics Today     18.04.2019

Maurice Goldhaber

Maurice Goldhaber, a seminal contributor to nuclear and particle physics and director of Brookhaven National Laboratory from 1961 to 1973, was born on this day in 1911 in Lemberg, Austria. His experimental...
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Physics Today     17.04.2019

How long do neutrons live? Physicists close in on decades-old puzzle

Neutrons are typically packed along with protons in the nuclei of atoms. The neutral particles can also exist on their own—though not for long. Over the years scientists have measured the lifetime of neutrons and...
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