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  1. Web site of Dr. Robert W. Koontz, experimental nuclear physicist. Dedicated to space research and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence.
    12-12-2009 by carolemari
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  2. Black Holes are basically the last evolutionary stage in the lifetime of large stars that were at least 10 or 15 times as massive as the Sun itself.
    18-03-2010 by faiziartist
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  3. The world's largest atom smasher conducts its first experiments at conditions nearing those that existed just after the big bang, breaking its own record for high-energy proton collisions.
    31-03-2010 by lisa.lucilles
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  4. Space.com: Some strange behavior from two huge black holes at the center of two different galaxies has been noticed by astronomers.
    30-05-2010 by sellasmite
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  5. New Data from Swift Satellite Explains Energy Difference, Provides 'Smoking Gun' Of Black Hole Activation Read more by Charles Cooper on CBS News' Tech Talk.
    05-06-2010 by lisamiilsi
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  6. If you go to a dark spot, away from the bright city lights, and look up, you should be able to see the Milky Way.
    11-07-2010 by gayan
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  7. Scientific physics forums for professionals and students to discuss serious issues and topics regarding physics in theory, practice, study and reality. Students can also find help for homework and career perspectives
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  8. To human eyes, stars seem like some of the most unmoving objects in the universe. From the perspective of thousands of years, however, they swarm like bees, as shown in this video based on Hubble observations.
    09-11-2010 by bunnyannnn
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  9. The Hubble Space Telescope has photographed the eerie, green-glowing gas highlighted by a recently deceased quasar. The Milky-Way-sized object, located
    11-01-2011 by thomasdsdt
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  10. Rotating black holes could leave a twisty signature on light escaping their gravitational maws. If this screwy light can be detected from Earth, it would
    14-02-2011 by dianmaiiaa and 33 others
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