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New technique used to discover supernova remnant DEM L71

A flexible technique for fitting X-ray observations of extended objects.

Next-generation display technology

UChicago scientists create a ‘crystal within a crystal’ for new electronic devices.

Salt deposits on Mars hold clues to sources of ancient water

The study offers way to test whether water flowed deep underground on Red Planet.

20000 years old seawater that remains untouched since last ice age

About two thousand decades ago, Earth was extremely different. The water was covered in glaciers hundreds of feet thick, which stretched down over Chicago...

Scientists discovered a way to trap mysterious dark matter

It is a complete mystery. But it is an important mystery. It turns out that roughly 68% of the universe is dark energy. Dark...

Water carved deep riverbeds on Mars into its history

According to a new study by University of Chicago scientists, water-carved deep riverbeds into the Mar's surface, but what kind of weather is responsible...

Levitating particles could unravel how planets form

Mechanically agitated granular matter often serves as a prototype for exploring the rich physics associated with hard-sphere systems, with an effective temperature introduced by...

Citizen scientist just discovered a planet twice the size of earth

A research team that included a UChicago graduate student has discovered a planet that is estimated to be twice the size of earth. The planet...

Gravitational waves provide dose of reality about extra dimensions

The earlier discovery of gravitational waves from colliding neutron stars was groundbreaking. But it fails to add extra dimensions to our understanding of the universe. A new...

Scientists Explained How Solar System could have Formed in Bubble Around Giant Star

In spite of the numerous amazing revelations people have made about the universe, researchers are as yet uncertain about the birth story of our...

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