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The largest galaxy survey ever made suggests that our cosmos isn’t as clumpy as it’s supposed to be. That lack of clumpiness could mean there’s… Read More »Einstein wrong? Did A Dark Energy Discovery Just Prove
Out of an estimated 100 billion stars in our galaxy, no more than 14 may be made from antimatter. That’s the result from a new… Read More »Antimatter Stars Could Exist In Milky Way Galaxy
For over a century, cosmologists have assumed that the universe is homogenous and appears the same in all directions. But in the last few years,… Read More »Is Universe Different In Different Directions?
Physicists have long been unable to crack the mystery of what happened in the moments when a vanishingly small seed ballooned into the universe. Now,… Read More »Will We Ever Know How Exactly The Universe Ballooned Into Existence?
Since the first detection of the 1st exoplanet in 1992, astronomers have found thousands of others. Indeed, they estimate that the Milky Way is home… Read More »Astronomers Found First Evidence Of A Planet In Another Galaxy