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Stories by Clara Moskowitz

When Black Holes Collide

When supermassive black holes run into each other, the fabric of space and time gets a little bit wrinkled.

May 21, 2015 — Eliene Augenbraun and Clara Moskowitz

Space Supervoid Sucks Energy from Light

A vast region of space colder than expected is also largely devoid of galaxies, and the two observations are no coincidence. Clara Moskowitz reports  

May 4, 2015 — Clara Moskowitz

What Are Black Hole Firewalls? [Video]

Black holes break theories. These sites of extremely large masses in extremely small spaces invoke both of the behemoths of modern physics—general relativity (which rules over large masses) and quantum mechanics (which reigns in small spaces)...

March 26, 2015 — Clara Moskowitz

Enceladus Might Be a Methane Hotspot

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft spotted a surprising amount of methane erupting from Saturn’s moon Enceladus, suggesting it harbors more methane than we thought. Clara Moskowitz reports...

March 25, 2015 — Clara Moskowitz
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Scientific American Unlimited

Scientific American Unlimited