Physics in the News

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 Science and spacewalks on Space Station via phys.org   Universe Shouldn’t Be Here, According to Higgs Physics via livescience   SpaceX puts Falcon 9 rocket launch on hold until July via csmonitor   Magic Island on Saturn’s Moon Performs Mysterious Vanishing Act via guardianlv.com   Satellite Swarm Spots North Pole DriftContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Friday, June 20, 2014 Classic space science: UD physicist’s findings about space plasma become ‘classics’ via udel New Observatory Takes Highest-Energy Particle Research to New Heights via space.com New test may provide ‘smoking gun’ for modified gravity via phys.org Supermassive Black Hole Shows Strange Gas Movements via universetoday Slowly rotating neutron star paired with aContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Thursday, June 19, 2014 This Shape-Shifter Could Tell Us Why Matter Exists via nautil.us   Gravity’s strength still an open question after latest measurement     Will Venus Express Spacecraft Crash Or Keep Decoding Planet’s Secrets via nationalgeographic   NASA Dark-Energy Mission Could Spot 3,000 New Alien Planets via space.com   Universe’s Expansion Measured toContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Friday, June 13, 2014 Solar Storm Heading Toward Earth via newswatch Stunning Hubble time-lapse of stellar explosion(VIDEO) via rt.com NASA to Launch Carbon Dioxide-Monitoring Spacecraft Next Month via space.com The International Space Station Is About to Get Its First 3D Printer via motherboard.vice Like Magic! Tiny Particles Can Pass Through Long-Distance Barriers via livescience MeetContinue reading “Physics in the News”

Physics in the News

Updated Monday, June 9, 2014 The Very First Vine From Space Captures A Sun That Never Sets via io9   Quarks in six-packs: Exotic Particle Confirmed via phys.org   Space Weather Report for an Alien World Space weather report for Venus via esa.int   Researchers find evidence of speedy core formation in solar system planetesimalsContinue reading “Physics in the News”