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  1. Theorists Propose New Method to Probe Beginning of Universe

  2. The answers to the origin of the universe may lie in the measurements of ‘primordial standard clocks,' proposed by researchers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.

  3. ( Harvard- Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics ) How did the universe begin? And what came before the Big Bang? Cosmologists have asked these questions ever since discovering that our universe is expanding. The answers aren't easy to determine. The beginning of the cosmos is cloaked and hidden from the view of our most powerful telescopes. Yet observations we make today can give clues to the ...

  4. How did the universe begin? And what came before the Big Bang? Cosmologists have asked these questions ever since discovering that our universe is expanding. The answers aren't easy to determine. The beginning of the cosmos is cloaked and hidden from the view of our most powerful telescopes. Yet observations we make today can give clues to the universe's origin. New research suggests a novel way...

  5. Has a big, faraway "Planet Nine" shaped the odd orbits of a handful of objects in the outer solar system? Or did these small bodies do this to themselves?

  6. NASA mission finds 100 new alien planets

    IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News via Yahoo! India NewsJan 10 01:18 AM

    New York, Jan 10 (IANS) NASA's planet-hunting revamped Kepler mission has found more than 100 confirmed planets orbiting other stars. The information about the planets, some of which are very different from what the spacecraft observed during its original mission, was shared by University of Arizona's Ian Crossfield at a conference of the American Astronomical Society, National Geographic ...

  7. Densely packed star clusters could be the best places to look for civilisations that span multiple star systems.

  8. A couple of times a month — sometimes more, sometimes less — an explosion goes off on the surface of the sun, releasing energy that's equal to millions of hydrogen bombs. Mind boggling as that number is, this tremendous energy output cannot explain how material that is spit out by these explosions gets ramped up to nearly the speed of light. In a new study, researchers provide a first-of-its ...

  9. The study provides a first-of-its-kind look under the hood of solar eruptions -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

  10. NASA mission finds 100 new alien planets

    Daiji WorldJan 10 01:39 AM

    New York, Jan 10 (IANS): NASA's planet-hunting revamped Kepler mission has found more than 100 confirmed planets orbiting other stars.

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