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Bustle: What Are Ghost Particles? These Mysterious Space Fragments Could Be The Key To Understanding Our Universe

What Are Ghost Particles? These Mysterious Space Fragments Could Be The Key To Understanding Our Universe. I’d never heard of ‘ghost particles’ before, so my curiosity was piqued when I saw this headline. 607 more words

Because Science Is Cool

The case against black holes

‘Black holes’ are often the incentives that lure curious minds into the field of astrophysics and so was the case with me back in 2013, when I was an avid 9-year-old reader. 939 more words

Black Holes

Introducing Peter Boorman

Peter Boorman (@boorm) is a PhD student at the University of Southampton in the UK, where he currently studies hidden monster supermassive black holes actively growing at the centres of galaxies.   221 more words

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"Seeing" Double: Neutrinos and Photons Observed from the Same Cosmic Source

There has long been a question as to what types of events and processes are responsible for the highest-energy neutrinos coming from space and observed by scientists.  1,150 more words

Particle Physics

Neutrino trackers solve a cosmic ray puzzle

An array of detectors buried under a half-mile-wide stretch of Antarctic ice has traced the path of a single neutrino back to a supermassive black hole in a faraway galaxy, shedding light on a century-old cosmic ray mystery in the process. 157 more words

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Plumbing Constructions and the Domain of Outer Communication for 5-Dimensional Stationary Black Holes

The topology of the domain of outer communication for 5-dimensional stationary bi-axisymmetric black holes is classified in terms of disc bundles over the 2-sphere and plumbing constructions. 107 more words

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