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Proton Spin Mystery Gains a New Clue

Physicists long assumed a proton’s spin came from its three constituent quarks. New measurements suggest particles called gluons make a significant contribution

July 21, 2014 — Clara Moskowitz

Saturn Probe Ready for Its "Grand Finale"

The Cassini probe readies for its final act with new flight patterns that will get unprecedented views of Saturn and culminate in a final dive into the planet's atmosphere. Clara Moskowitz reports   

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July 9, 2014 — Clara Moskowitz

"Extremely Large Telescope" Breaks Ground

The European Southern Observatory broke ground June 19th to build the world's largest telescope atop the Cerro Armazones mountain in Chile. Clara Moskowitz reports   

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June 23, 2014 — Clara Moskowitz
Even Einstein Was a Fool in Love

Even Einstein Was a Fool in Love

NEW YORK—When it came to relationships, Albert Einstein was no Einstein. In fact, the famous genius's romantic entanglements could rival the dysfunction of a typical Jerry Springer guest...

June 2, 2014 — Clara Moskowitz

Dark Matter Shell Saved Wannabe Galaxy

A failed dwarf galaxy called the Smith Cloud apparently survived an ancient collision with the Milky Way because of a protective dark matter cloak. Clara Moskowitz reports   

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June 2, 2014 — Clara Moskowitz
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Scientific American Unlimited

Scientific American Unlimited