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Relics of the Big Bang

Glimpse into the unknown: this sky view shows the Harrison magnetic field strength averaged within a sphere with 300 million light years radius around the Earth. The two regions with particularly stronger fields are the Perseus Pisces galaxy cluster (right) ...

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The metal that appeared from nowhere

There is more lithium present than the Big Bang created (Credit: Siloto/Alamy) Click for a full size image   The metal that appeared from nowhere A mysterious cosmic factory is producing lithium. Scientists are now getting closer at finding out ...

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Explaining Why the Universe Can Be Transparent

Reionization as illustrated by data from the Hubble and Chandra space telescopes. Credit: NASA/CXC/M.Weiss. Click for a full size image Explaining Why the Universe Can Be Transparent New model developed by UC Riverside scientist for the universe’s reionization is based ...

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Charting the slow death of the universe

An international team of astronomers studying more than 200 000 galaxies has measured the energy generated within a large portion of space more precisely than ever before. This represents the most comprehensive assessment of the energy output of the nearby ...

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