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Protests halt telescope construction on Hawaiian mountain

Work crews blocked from Thirty Meter Telescope site on Mauna Kea

ALMA debuts its high-resolution results

Radio telescope makes new discoveries in its long-baseline configuration

XENON1T will join the hunt for dark matter this autumn

World's largest direct-detection experiment will be more than 10 times more sensitive than current detectors

Rosetta's bouncing probe finds no magnetic field on comet 67P

Null result suggests early solar system lacked strong magnetic fields

'Cosmic shear' reveals dark matter in new high-resolution map

Large-scale map from the Dark Energy Survey pinpoints clumps and filaments

Dark matter and muons are ruled out as DAMA signal source

New simulations show that signal is very difficult to explain by any known model

India-based Neutrino Observatory faces a new hurdle

Physicists in court over concerns about groundwater and biodiversity

Have alien civilizations built cosmic accelerators from black holes?

Search for extraterrestrial intelligence should seek high-energy neutrinos, says physicist

Evidence for recent star formation seen at Milky Way's centre

Region near our galaxy's supermassive black hole was thought to be too hostile for stars to form

Gravitational lensing creates 'Einstein's cross' of distant supernova

Four images of a supernova could probe general relativity and rate of cosmic expansion

Quasar spectrum shines a new light on unchanged fundamental constants

Results hint at the static nature of the dark-energy field

Could the Sun be trapping asymmetric dark matter?

New model could help settle discrepancies between theory and observational solar data

'Golden stars' pulsate in a strange, non-chaotic way

Discovery could shed light on the physics that drives stellar oscillations

Physicists reveal new way of cooling large objects with light

Demonstration could lead to "stable optical springs" for gravitational-wave detectors

Dark matter seen in the Milky Way's core

Astronomers provide the first direct evidence that dark matter abounds in the inner part of our galaxy