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Astronomers observed jets of matter being expelled 3X the speed of light

‘Cosmic Cannibals’ expel jets into space at 40% speed of light.

Puzzle solved: Why graphene is so much more permeable to protons?

Graphene discovery could help generate hydrogen cheaply and sustainably.

Breakthrough leads to photonic sensing at the ultimate quantum limit

This breakthrough leads to practical applications like monitoring greenhouse gases and cancer detection.

Astronomers observed the final moments of planetary remnants for 1st time

A new study confirms decades of indirect evidence for debris from disintegrating planets hurtling into white dwarfs across the galaxy.

Fastest spinning white dwarf confirmed

It is the second magnetic propeller ever found.

The formation of a chemical bond monitored for the first time

Scientists monitored the different stages of a chemical reaction.

T-ray technology analyzes the structure of the skin

What's getting under your skin?

Age is no barrier to successful weight loss

The study dispels myths about the effectiveness of weight loss in older people.

A lost planet rediscovered

The planet, the size, and mass of Saturn with an orbit of thirty-five days is among hundreds of ‘lost’ worlds.

Astronomers discovered the first exposed core of a planet

Astronomers from the University of Warwick have recently discovered the surviving core of a gas giant named TOI 849 b, orbiting a distant star....

Forbidden planet discovered in Neptunian Desert around its star

Astronomers have recently discovered an exoplanet smaller than Neptune that has its own atmosphere in the Neptunian Desert. Astronomers noted it is the first...

This double star system flips planet-forming disk into pole position

An astronomer from the University of Warwick has recently captured a double star system that has flipped its surrounding disc to a position that leaps over...

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