IceCube has helped unravel one of the oldest riddles in physics and astronomy – the origin of high-energy neutrinos and cosmic rays
Heroes of Space: Isaac Newton
The life and work of one of the world’s greatest scientific minds
Heroes of Space: Professor Stephen Hawking
We take a look at the life so far of one of the greatest physicists of the modern day.
What could antimatter look like?
Sophie Allan from the National Space Centre takes a look at this question for us
Tails of pulsars could clear up geometry debate
Pulsars have fascinated and baffled astronomers since they were first discovered 50 years ago
Astronomers hunt for Earth-like worlds in sea of ‘cosmic noise’
Researchers have found a data-driven way to refine the search for worlds similar to our planet
Exoplanet discoveries suggest we’re not the only advanced civilisation in the universe
As we find more alien worlds, it’s possible to work out whether any other advanced life has ever existed
NASA suspects Earth could have “hairy” dark matter
The Solar System might be a lot hairier than we thought…
Scientists find a new way to weigh pulsars
Researchers from the University of Southampton have developed a new method for measuring the mass of pulsars
Why should we look for wormholes?
Professor Robert Owen, of Oberlin College, USA, tells us why hunting for wormholes is so necessary
Are there any rival theories to dark matter?
Does the widely-accepted dark matter theory have a contender?
Case closed! Astronomers solve atmospheric mystery
Could the physics behind the Earth’s “weird” atmosphere assist in the search for life on other worlds?
Brain Dump: Down-to-Earth science
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