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The Violent Biography of Our Solar System

New evidence suggests the solar system's early eras were defined by wandering worlds and staggering displays of interplanetary destruction

By Konstantin Batygin, Gregory Laughlin and Alessandro Morbidelli

Quantum Computers Become Practical

Scientists are trying to make quantum computers a reality by connecting many small networks together into one large whole

By Christopher R. Monroe, Robert J. Schoelkopf and Mikhail D. Lukin

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