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A signal in the cosmic microwave background thought to be evidence of inflation in the early Universe can be explained by interstellar dust.
An x-ray feature recently detected by different astronomy groups may be the long-awaited signature of dark matter.
The quantum behavior of a neutron bouncing in the gravitational field of the Earth can improve what we know about dark energy and dark matter.
Two leading dark-matter-detection experiments find conflicting results in the search for dark matter.
New scattering experiments provide evidence for the long-suspected existence of an excited rotational state in carbon-12, related to a state that’s crucial in stellar fusion reactions.
New mass measurements of proton-rich nuclei will allow scientists to more accurately simulate the nucleosynthesis that occurs on the surface of neutron stars.