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The Egg Nebula...

The Egg Nebula - This preplanetary nebula lies around 3000 light-years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus. The central star of the Egg was a red giant until a few hundred years ago. It then began shedding its outer layers, which today are visible as a cloud of matter about 0.6 light-year across. (credit: NASA/ESA/Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA). Acknowledgment: W. Sparks (STScI) & R. Sahai (JPL))

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FUNK
Dark Matter Search gets FUNKy

What happens when HAP dark-matter physicists meet HAP cosmic-rays physicists at a HAP workshop? They set up a new experiment! 

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AMS
New Findings Relating to Cosmic Rays

Latest results of the measurement of high-energy particles with the AMS detector on the international space station ISS provide for a deeper understanding of the origin and nature of cosmic rays.

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BOREXINO
The Sun as Borexino Sees It in Real Time

The neutrino experiment Borexino in the INFN Gran Sasso Laboratories has managed to measure the energy of our star in real time: the energy released today at the centre of the Sun is exactly the same as that produced 100,000 years ago.
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CTA
Gamma-ray Astronomy: Site negotiations for Cherenkov Telescope Array started

On 10 April 2014, the 12 country delegates met in Munich to start the negotiations on the two sites in the southern hemisphere. After negotiations finally one site will be selected at the end of the year.

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