MagazineGenius What we can see is only a tiny fraction of what exists. To catch the first glimpse of the shadow universe around us, scientists are learning to detect the other stuff: dark matter and dark
From detecting elusive particles forged in the core of our sun to teleporting quantum data farther than ever before, these physicists' scientific research has helped us better understand the universe which
Science & InnovationNo Place Like Home In addition to being spectacularly beautiful, Saturn’s rings act as a cosmic seismograph: They keep a record of the shifts and vibrations happening deep within the
The asteroid belt, a ring of rubble between Mars and Jupiter, has sometimes been written off as discarded leftovers from the solar system's start. But new research published in the journal Nature shows
Professor Robert Winston is joined by Dr Shini Somara and Dr Lewis Dartnell to tackle some questions put to them by inquiring young minds. What happens if you get too close to a black hole? Will there
Black holes do not have "event horizons" beyond which there is no return, according to renowned physicist. Black holes do not exist—at least, not as we know them, says renowned physicist Stephen Hawking,
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