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Russia mulls over huge 60 m telescope

Facility would join the hunt for exoplanets

First discovery of double star that brightens during eclipse

Einstein's general theory of relativity explains the phenomenon

Could pulsars explain the positron excess?

AMS-02 dataset accounted for without dark-matter contribution

Have galactic 'radio loops' been mistaken for B-mode polarization?

Evidence for new foreground-to-BICEP2 measurements found

Interferometry tips the scales on antimatter

New proposal for measuring how antihydrogen falls under gravity

Europe launches first Sentinel satellite

Mission will monitor the Earth in unprecedented detail

Carbonaceous 'cosmic barometer' reveals universe's history

Extreme pressures alter molecular structure of aromatic hydrocarbons

Physicists link neutron stars to earthbound alloys

Calculations suggest neutron-star crusts have rich and varied structure

China to build a huge underground neutrino experiment

JUNO will focus on neutrinos from nearby reactors

Neil Turok urges caution on BICEP2 results

Perimeter Institute director suggests observations could ultimately be at odds with inflation

BICEP2 finds first direct evidence of cosmic inflation

Primordial B-mode polarization opens window on early universe

SuperKamiokande finds that neutrinos change flavour at night

Earth's effect on solar particles seen by giant detector in Japan

Cambridge physicists divided over Hawking chair

High salary and limited term concern some academics

Did dark matter help kill off the dinosaurs?

Lisa Randall and Matthew Reece think interacting dark matter might steer comets to Earth

Black hole winds stronger than expected

Research could improve black hole evolution models