Physics

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Thunderstorms Launch Antimatter Into Space

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The Year in Science: A List of Lists

It's the end of the year, so you know what that means—it's time for the parade of "year in review" articles

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Ten Science Stories You Should Have Read

My ten favorite Smithsonian science and nature stories from the past year

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Cats Defy Gravity to Take a Sip

Replace the Kilogram!

The cavernous Super-Kamiokande detector in Japan is lined with 13,000 sensors to pinpoint signs of neutrinos.

Looking for Neutrinos, Nature's Ghost Particles

To study some of the most elusive particles, physicists have built detectors in abandoned mines, tunnels and Antarctic ice

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Comedians Discussing Chaos Theory? Only on British TV

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The Many Faces of Carbon

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Science Expressed in Dance

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The Science of Football

A roundup of how scientists explain America's most popular sport

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The Calculus Diaries

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Saturn’s Polar Hexagon

Far from light and plunged into months-long darkness, Antarctica's South Pole Telescope is one of the best places on Earth for observing the universe.

Dark Energy: The Biggest Mystery in the Universe

At the South Pole, astronomers try to unravel a force greater than gravity that will determine the fate of the cosmos

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Flowers in an Unexpected Place

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The Science of the Olympics

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Black Hole Rap

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Pizza Tossing Physics Gives Insight to Mini Motors

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Nine Science Stories You Should Have Read This Year

From robot babies to counterfeit drugs, here's what you missed

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Ten Movies We Loved From the 2000s

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Fun with Science Games

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