Science n Space News

Rare total solar eclipse over Antarctica dazzles ... the penguins

Anyone in Antarctica today would have experienced the only total solar eclipse of the year, suggesting one of the largest groups of individuals to observe the gorgeous show would have been the southern continent's penguins.

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Scientists spot elusive 'ghost particles' for the first time inside the Large Hadron Collider

The breakthrough will allow scientists to research long sought-after high energy neutrinos.

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'Potentially hazardous' asteroid worth nearly $5 billion will enter Earth’s orbit next week, NASA says

The mineral-rich asteroid has an estimated worth of $4.71 billion.

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Dark matter may spawn more of itself from ordinary matter, like a cosmic ice-9

A new mechanism for dark matter creation could explain the current six-to-one ratio of dark matter to matter.

logo.png  By WG  Dec 4, 2021