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JWST’s hunt for most distant galaxies gets double boost

Along with gravitational lensing and ALMA’s incredible long-wavelength spectroscopy, JWST is reshaping our view of the early Universe.Continue reading on Starts With A Bang! »

Ask Ethan: Do my atoms really “touch” each other?

When you bring two fingers together, you can feel them “touch” each other. But are your atoms really touching, and if so, how?Continue reading on Starts With A Bang! »

This one-page calendar will change how you view the year

It’s simpler, more compact, and reusable from year-to-year in a way that no other calendar is. Here’s both how it works and how to use it.Continue reading on Starts With A Bang! »

Do we really have more than three spatial dimensions?

In Einstein’s relativity and the Standard Model, we only have three spatial dimensions. But there could be more, and many think there are.Continue reading on Starts With A Bang! »

This shockingly simple battery could store energy forever

Capacitors, acid batteries, and other methods of storing electric charges all lose energy over time. These gravity-fed batteries won’t.Continue reading on Starts With A Bang! »

JWST is better than anyone expected — here’s why

Humanity’s newest, most powerful space telescope is performing even better than predicted. The reason why is unprecedented.Continue reading on Starts With A Bang! »

Ask Ethan: What could an array of space telescopes find?

Individual space telescopes, like Hubble and JWST, revolutionized our knowledge of the Universe. What if we had an array of them, instead?Continue reading on Starts With A Bang! »

Science won’t ever make philosophy or religion obsolete

The information we have in the Universe is finite and limited, but our curiosity and wonder is forever insatiable. And always will be.Continue reading on Starts With A Bang! »

Quantum entanglement just got a whole lot weirder

It isn’t just identical particles that can be entangled, but even those with fundamentally different properties interfere with each other.Continue reading on Starts With A Bang! »

The Milky Way’s next supernova could reveal dark matter

The last naked-eye Milky Way supernova happened way back in 1604. The next one could be the key to solving the dark matter mystery.Continue reading on Starts With A Bang! »

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