According to a recent report, there have been no signs of supersymmetry, and the theory is looking a little shaky.
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A team of physicists recently used a string-theory technique to reveal that we're on the cusp of detecting phase transitions in the early universe through their gravitational wave signature.
What if there is more than one cosmological agent for dark energy? This mixture would have strange effects in our universe, making it potentially detectable with upcoming surveys.
If you look up in the southern sky you can see the “pointer” stars, pointing towards the Southern Cross.
Charles “Chuck” Yeager, who has died aged 97, epitomised the movie test pilot of the 1940s and 1950s.
If intelligent aliens visit the Earth, it would be one of the most profound events in human history.
Private company SpaceX launched SN8, a prototype of its Starship spacecraft, designed to go to the Moon and Mars, on December 10.
On Dec. 21, 2020, Jupiter and Saturn will cross paths in the night’s sky and for a brief moment, they will appear to shine together as one body.
Ghostly circles of radio emission, hanging out in space like cosmic smoke-rings, can't be explained by current theories. And astronomers are excited to figure them out.
If teensy black holes could be produced inside the world's largest atom smasher, the Large Hadron Collider, that would be a boon for physics.
What if black holes aren't black holes at all, but rather the cosmic equivalent of fuzzy, vibrating balls of string?
It sounds like science fiction: giant solar power stations floating in space that beam down enormous amounts of energy to Earth.
China has been the only country to land on the Moon for over 40 years – since the Soviet Luna programme.