Astrophysicists have created a computer model that simulates a dying stars' magnetic guts before generating a cosmic monster.
A century after Albert Einstein unveiled a new concept to explain gravity, his so-called general relativity theory remains fertile ground for scientific observations and experiments.
To celebrate 100 years since Einstein formulated his theory of general relativity, we celebrate the beautiful observations created by a spacetime phenomenon known as gravitational lensing.
Like a blinding beacon lighting up the night, a powerful gamma-ray-generating stellar husk has been seen pulsating in a neighboring galaxy.
What's with those asteroids that are streaming dust, just like a comet? One researcher explains how this could happen.
Tonight, the Perimeter Institute of Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Ontario, will be hosting an extra special public lecture with 2012 Nobel Laureate in Physics David Wineland -- watch it here.
Researchers crashed two beams of protons together at the highest energy level yet achieved.
If this physics professor succeeds, we could use streams of neutron spins to transmit binary code back to the past. Continue reading →
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