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Relativistic electrons trapped within graphene quantum dots

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Giant planet orbits three stars and enjoys multiple sunsets

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Molecules break up under quantum control

New technique could provide entangled atoms for matter-wave experiments

NASA's Juno craft arrives at Jupiter

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