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Researchers tackle inner secrets of neutron stars

New method constrains possible forms of matter

Modelling the magnetic fields of exoplanets

Spectral analysis reveals details of stellar winds and planetary atmospheres

Sun's magnetic field affects frequency of lightning strikes on Earth

Findings could lead to better lightning forecasts

Is dark energy eating dark matter?

Dark-sector interaction could explain universe evolution

Rosetta mission outlines Philae lander’s predicaments

Scientists race against time to complete key missions and bring lander out of the shadows

Rosetta scientists land probe on comet for first time

European Space Agency's "Philae" module touches down safely onto comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko

'Spectacular' image shows planet formation in action

New ALMA observation is like a very early snapshot of our solar system

Planet-forming stream found in binary star system

Flowing gas and dust could feed planet formation in multiple-star systems

UAE fires up space agency with Mars mission

Country plans to send spacecraft to "red planet" by 2021

Tabletop experiment could detect gravitational waves

Tiny device could beat LIGO to detecting ripples in space–time, say physicists

Black-hole analogue works like a laser

Sound is amplified between two "event horizons" in a Bose–Einstein condensate

Upgrade set for dark-matter detector

XENON1T will begin taking data next year

Dark matter could light up giant mirror

Low-cost detector is designed to glimpse "hidden photons"

Megatelescope snaps up former fusion boss

Edward Moses takes on astronomy role

India's Mangalyaan satellite successfully in orbit around Mars

Triumphant maiden mission carried out on a shoestring budget