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Elizabeth Tasker details the good, the bad and the confusing of working as a physicist in Japan
Stephen Ornes explores the technological and physiological challenges facing scientists as they endeavour to get humans to the red planet by the 2030s
The enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetry mission will involve collaboration with Europe
Effective Space plans to launch fleet of spacecraft in 2020
Astroparticle Physics European Consortium calls for increased spending on future facilities
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Feedback in active galaxies is more complex than previously thought
Latest observation concurs with previous studies of the Milky Way and Andromeda
Unpredictable future could be revealed by gravitational waves
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"Dark decay" could leave traces in existing experiments
Preliminary calculations suggest inflation need not result in a multiverse
The Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles allows visitors to experience the wonders of the solar system and beyond
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Origins is an illuminating account of the science behind the creation of the universe, and much more, writes Sabine Hossenfelder
System could use pulsars to guide spacecraft
Microresonator cavity operates at frequencies needed to make extremely precise observations
Ultralow-frequency signals could be lurking in Gaia observations
Spallation-based experiment sets new limits at very short distances
Imre Bartos gives the low-down on the Physics World Breakthrough of the Year for 2017, in which two neutron stars were seen to collide from the gravitational waves and elect...
The Farthest: 12 Billion Miles and Counting, with its powerful imagery, glossy VFX scenes and balanced commentary on the Voyager mission is a must see, writes Tushna Comm...
Collisions could occur much more often – and at higher velocities – than previously assumed
New insights revealed by Cassini probe's close approaches
Following the death of Stephen Hawking on 14 March 2018, we bring you a collection of articles and videos linked to the work of the legendary cosmologist and mathematical physicist, including some of the research papers that he wrote.
James B Hartle, S W Hawking and Thomas Hertog 2014 JCAP 01 015Read on IOPscience
S W Hawking and Gary T Horowitz 1996 Class. Quantum Grav. 13 1487Read on IOPscience