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This fantastic site deals with cosmology : the study of the structure, history, and fate of the Universe. It's the place to go whether you want to know more about dark matter, how our universe formed ...
A simple experiment to weigh air.
An explanation of how glow in the dark objects get their eerie shine.
The future of our universe depends a lot on what dark energy is doing. Read this in-depth article examining what will happen and scientists are doing to try and figure it all out.
The Naked Scientists tackle glow in the dark objects in their weekly podcast.
Website of a book by science writer, Will McCarthy, about 'programmable matter'.
A question and answer forum on new science, covering pulsars, black holes, the big bang and more.
Physicists from the University of Illinois explain why objects glow in the dark.
Discusses creation of a new state of matter at near absolute zero - Bose Einstein condensates. Sponsored by University of Colorado.
An explanation looking at how matter is different from antimatter, from its conception by Paul Dirac to its use in medicine in PET scanners.
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