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Australian researchers have measured the amount of entropy that exists now in the Universe. They found that the Universe has much less energy available than had been previously measured. Are they right? Is the Universe aging faster?

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U.S. stronomers have proposed a new class of stars that haven’t even been detected yet. They are called electroweak stars—and they emit mostly neutrinos instead of light (electromagnetic radiation) like most stars--making them very difficult to locate.

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Wednesday, 21 October 2009 19:17

Need to study a black hole? Do it here on Earth!

Japanese researchers have successfully created conditions that exist just outside a black hole—at the accretion disk. With this pioneering method, astronomers will be able to learn more about the physics of black holes.

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