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Free-floating black hole could be distorting light from distant star

Astronomers have spotted a massive object that could be the first free-floating black hole ever observed using gravitational microlensing. The team of researchers was...

Aliens could use quantum signals to communicate with Earth

Are you out there? According to calculations by physicists at the University of Edinburgh, an alien civilization could use quantum signals as a method...

Gravitational waves from merging black-hole ‘atom’ could reveal new particles

Atomic transition Kinks in the gravitational-wave signal from merging black holes could reveal the presence of ultralight bosons. (Courtesy: LIGO/T Pyle)" width="635" height="357"> Evidence for...

Telescopes, accelerators and LIGO team up to probe neutron stars

Physicists have created a framework for better understanding the super-dense matter inside neutron stars by combining observations from gravitational-wave detectors and conventional telescopes with...

Gaia releases most detailed maps of the Milky Way ever taken

The European Space Agency (ESA) has released the latest data from its €450m Gaia mission. It contains information about billions of stars in our Milky Way, a...

China releases most detailed geological map of the Moon to date

Science Bulletin 10.1016/j.scib.2022.05.021. © 2022 Science China Press. Reproduced with permission of Elsevier"> Scientists in China have released a new geologic map of the...
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Lunar explorer: Thomas Smith on studying the Chang’e-5 Moon samples

Taken from the June 2022 issue of Physics World. Members of the Institute of Physics can enjoy the full issue via the Physics World...

Fifth force could explain puzzling orbits of dwarf galaxies

New physics, in the form of a “fifth force”, could be responsible for the odd and unexplained arrangement of dwarf galaxies orbiting the Milky...

Black-hole physics and that iconic ‘shadow’ image, balloons and rockets probe the atmosphere’s acoustic duct

In this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast, we meet Shep Doeleman, who is the founding director of the Event Horizon Telescope. He...

Concerning primordial black holes

Taken from the May 2022 issue of Physics World. Members of the Institute of Physics can enjoy the full issue via the Physics World...

How Earth might appear to alien astronomers

If a nearby exoplanet was populated by mountains, oceans and lifeforms, all we would see using today’s telescopes is a few blurry pixels. Therefore,...

Human versus machine, in space

Taken from the May 2022 issue of Physics World. Members of the Institute of Physics can enjoy the full issue via the Physics World...
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