Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Big Bang

Earth’s core is leaking a rare isotope of helium gas

Vast stores of Helium from the Big Bang Lingering in the core suggest Earth forms inside a solar nebula.

A part of the Milky Way is much older than expected

It formed around 2 billion years earlier than expected.

Axion’s mass is more than twice as big as previously thought

New simulations refine axion mass, refocusing dark matter search.

New method to measure the cosmic microwave background’s temperature

Early cooling of our universe shortly after the Big Bang.

Exotic X particles detected in quark-gluon plasma

The findings could redefine the kinds of particles that were abundant in the early universe.

Primordial black holes account for all dark matter in the Universe

Are black holes and dark matter the same?

Record-breaking simulations of large-scale structure formation in the universe

Computer simulations that capture the complex dynamics of elusive neutrinos left over from the Big Bang.

Two heavily dust-enshrouded galaxies were discovered at cosmic dawn

Unveiling galaxies at cosmic dawn.

A closer look inside nature’s perfect fluid

Berkeley Lab research brings us closer to understanding how our universe began.

Cosmic dawn occurred 250 million to 350 million years after the beginning of the universe

Witnessing the moment when the universe was first bathed in starlight is a major quest in astronomy.

LHCb measured a tiny mass difference between two particles

The result is a milestone in studying how a particle known as a D0 meson changes from matter into antimatter and back.

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