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Bowling  for dark matter, Nova, 15 October 2015

 

Inner Workings: Using the atmosphere as a giant cosmic-ray detector, PNAS, 11 August 2015

 

Why the big bang's light may have a tilt, Quanta, 30 June 2015

 

Dark energy could signal collapse of the universe, New Scientist, 31 March 2015

 

Supernova 'kaleidoscope' seen for first time, Nature, 5 March 2015

 

Dark energy tested on a tabletop, Quanta, 31 March 2015

 

Alien planets' boiled bones can become oases for life, BBC, 12 February 2015

 

Cosmic inflation's 'smoking gun' goes up in smoke, New Scientist, 4 February 2015

 

Are Earth years a bit weird? BBC, 29 December 2015

 

Core Concept: Supernovae and dark energy, PNAS, 3 February 2015

 

Smallest 'compound' galaxy found, BBC, 30 October 2014

 

Chaotic cosmic wombs may birth backwards planets, New Scientist, 21 October 2014

 

Lunar volcanoes suggest the moon may still be warm, New Scientist, 12 October 2014

 

Excitement Over Gravity Waves Comes Crashing Down, Nautilus, 26 September 2014

 

Electron Handedness Affects Gas Molecule Breakup, Physics Focus, 12 September 2014

 

Signs of New Physics from the LHC, Scientific American, 19 August 2014

 

Are White Holes Real? Nova, 19 August 2014

 

Biggest void in universe may explain cosmic cold spot, New Scientist, 3 July 2014

 

Does a new particle lurk in data from sleeping LHC? New Scientist, 11 June 2014

 

Star dust casts doubt on recent big bang wave result, New Scientist, 15 April 2014

 

LHC spots particle that may be new form of matter, New Scientist, 10 April 2014

 

Earth is prepared enough for the next asteroid strike, New Scientist, 18 February 2014


 

Will we ever know the true nature of dark energy? Nova, 27 January 2014

 

NASA readies Orion for first test flight, IEEE Spectrum, 31 December 2013

 

Chinese lunar landing kicks off modern moon rush, New Scientist, 18 December 2013

 

Water seems to flow freely on Mars, Nature, 10 December 2013

 

China launches Jade Rabbit rover to moon, New Scientist, 3 December 2013

 

Light from farthest galaxy yet discovered breaks through cosmic fog, Nature, 23 October 2013

 

India blasts off for Mars: here's what it will do, New Scientist, 5 November 2013

 

Diamond drizzle forecast for Saturn and Jupiter, Nature, 9 October 2013

 

Astrophile: Cosmic poltergeist messed up Milky Way, New Scientist, 16 September 2013

 

NASA orbiter will use laser to bring broadband to moon, New Scientist, 4 September 2013

 

Astrophile: Milky Way's black hole is a picky eater, New Scientist, 29 August 2013

 

Star twinkles could help pin down planet sizes, New Scientist, 21 August 2013

 

Russian meteor may have gangmates in tow, Nature, 02 August 2013

 

Kickstarter campaign wants to send tiny satellites out of Earth orbit, Technology Review, 18 July 2013

 

NASA's 2020 Mars rover would search for signs of past life, Nature, 10 July 2013

 

'Corkscrew' light could turbocharge the Internet, Nature, 27 June 2013

 

Startup plans constellation of tiny satellites, Technology Review, 27 June 2013

 

'Nuclear pasta' may stabilise pulsars' spins, New Scientist, 09 June 2013

 

First proof that infinitely many prime numbers come in pairs, Nature, 14 May 2013

 

Mars rover's search for signs of life may come up dry, Nature, 02 April 2013

 

Blow for 'dark flow' in Planck's new view of the cosmos, New Scientist, 03 April 2013

 

'Hologram-lite' idea for 3D phone displays, Nature, 20 March 2013


 

Plutonium tests offer hope for dark space missions, New Scientist, 15 March 2013

 

Cosmic rays originate from supernova shockwaves, Nature, 15 February 2013

 

Mars rover finds puzzling organic traces in first soil sample, Technology Review, 04 December 2012

 

Stores of ice confirmed on Sun-scorched Mercury, Nature, 29 November 2012

 

Most distant galaxy hails from mysterious cosmic dawn, New Scientist, 19 September 2012

 

Kepler glitch may lower odds of finding Earth's twin, New Scientist, 24 July 2012

 

Tropical lakes on Saturn moon could expand options for life, Nature, 13 June 2012

 

Watching the transit of Venus... from Saturn, New Scientist, 05 June 2012

 

'Impossible' material would stretch when compressed, New Scientist, 22 May 2012

 

'Superflares' erupt on some Sun-like stars, Nature, 16 May 2012

Sun too sluggish to act as a cosmic Concorde, New Scientist, 10 May 2012

 

Astrophile: Hot Jupiters oust their siblings, New Scientist, 07 May 2012

 

Dust rings not 'smoking gun' for planets after all, New Scientist, 14 May 2012

 

Exotic electrical effect pops up in soft mammalian tissue, New Scientist, 07 March 2012

 

Bionic butterfly wings are ultimate heat sensors, New Scientist, 12 February 2012

 

Baby pulsars spawn universe's most energetic particles, New Scientist, 01 February 2012

 

Jupiter's heart is dissolving, New Scientist, 22 December 2011

 

Tough astronaut bugs to blast off for Martian moon, New Scientist, 08 November 2011

 

Astrophile: Giant star comes with ancient tree rings, New Scientist, 03 October 2011

 

Extraterrestrial dust reveals asteroid's past and future, New Scientist, 25 August 2011

 

Black hole caught grabbing a starry treat, New Scientist, 24 August 2011


How stamps got an astronaut fired, New Scientist, 27 July 2011

 

Rover may tackle Kilimanjaro-sized mound on Mars, New Scientist, 28 June 2011

 

Second team does not see Tevatron's mystery signal, New Scientist, 10 June 2011


Meet the League of Extraordinary Supernovae, New Scientist, 08 June 2011

 

How to turn the vacuum into a superconductor, New Scientist, 08 April 2011

 

Dark matter could make planets habitable, New Scientist, 30 March 2011

 

Probe set to become Mercury's first artificial satellite, New Scientist, 15 March 2011

 

Maser to predict Milky Way's fate, New Scientist, 28 January 2011

 

Mystery 'missile' likely a jet contrail, says expert, New Scientist, 09 November 2010

 

Crater map rekindles debate over moon impacts, New Scientist, 17 September 2010

 

Chlorine study suggests moon is dry after all, New Scientist, 06 August 2010

 

Cosmic rays help make small galaxies invisible, New Scientist, 07 May 2010

 

'Rings of fire' erupt from Sun in NASA probe's first videos, New Scientist, 22 April 2010

 

Apollo rocks dusted off to find new evidence of water, New Scientist, 09 March 2010

 

Cassini probe to get first look at new season on Saturn, New Scientist, 03 February 2010

 

Paired stars may bear multiple litters of alien worlds, New Scientist, 15 January 2010

 

Strange 'Norway spiral' was an out-of-control missile, New Scientist, 10 December 2009

 

Long-lived Titan lakes are a boon to life, New Scientist, 01 December 2009

 

Elusive lunar plume caught on camera after all, New Scientist, 17 October 2009

 

Hunting for water on the moon: a brief but splashy history, New Scientist, 12 October 2009

 

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