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Long-Awaited Muon Measurement Boosts Evidence for New Physics
Particle Physics

Long-Awaited Muon Measurement Boosts Evidence for New Physics

Initial data from the Muon g-2 experiment have excited particle physicists searching for undiscovered subatomic particles and forces

By Daniel Garisto
Quantum Astronomy Could Create Telescopes Hundreds of Kilometers Wide
Space & Physics

Quantum Astronomy Could Create Telescopes Hundreds of Kilometers Wide

Astronomers hope to use innovations from the subatomic world to construct breathtakingly large arrays of optical observatories

By Anil Ananthaswamy
Space Junk Removal Is Not Going Smoothly
Space & Physics

Space Junk Removal Is Not Going Smoothly

Despite promising technology demonstrations, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for the growing problem of taking out the orbital trash

By Leonard David

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  • From the Editor

    The Subatomic Keys to the Universe

  • Forum

    The James Webb Space Telescope Needs to Be Renamed

  • News

    China Is Set to Launch First Module of Massive Space Station

  • Liftoff! First Flight on Mars Launches New Way to Explore Worlds

  • Ketchup Is Not Just a Condiment: It Is Also a Non-Newtonian Fluid

  • Physicists Measure the Gravitational Force between the Smallest Masses Yet

  • The James Webb Space Telescope's First Year of Extraordinary Science Has Been Revealed

  • Opinion

    Is the Standard Model of Physics Now Broken?

  • Quantum Mechanics, the Chinese Room Experiment and the Limits of Understanding

  • When Did Life First Emerge in the Universe?

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