Physics

NASA Invites Media To View Ongoing Orion And Testing Work At Kennedy Jan. 30

Media are invited to a photo and interview opportunity at 10 a.m. EST Wednesday, Jan. 30, at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Physicists confirm surprisingly small proton radius

International team of physicists confirms surprisingly small proton radius with laser spectroscopy of exotic hydrogen. The initial results puzzled the world three years ago: the size of the proton (to be precise, its charge radius), measured in exotic hydrogen, in which the electron orbiting the nucleus is replaced by a negatively charged muon, yielded a value significantly smaller than the one from previous investigations of regular hydrogen or electron-proton-scattering.

An organic alternative to oxides? Organic ferroelectric molecule shows promise for memory chips, sensors

A cheap, flexible organic molecule could replace inorganic crystals as the working parts for memory chips, sensors and energy-harvesting systems.

68. Two Spy Satellites Come in From the Cold

A surprise gift to NASA raises eyebrows.

Proton size puzzle: Surprisingly small proton radius confirmed with laser spectroscopy of exotic hydrogen

An international team of scientists confirms a surprisingly small proton radius with laser spectroscopy of exotic hydrogen.

NASA Announces New Screening of Space Program Artifacts

NASA again is inviting eligible educational institutions, museums and other organizations to screen and request historical space artifacts. This is the 16th screening of artifacts since 2009.

NASA Announces New Screening of Space Program Artifacts

NASA again is inviting eligible educational institutions, museums and other organizations to screen and request historical space artifacts. This is the 16th screening of artifacts since 2009.

NASA Joins ESA's 'Dark Universe' Mission

NASA has joined the European Space Agency's (ESA's) Euclid mission, a space telescope designed to investigate the cosmological mysteries of dark matter and dark energy.

64. Fat Galaxy Cluster Raises Cosmic Questions

Cluster is at the limit of what current cosmology models can explain.

New method of producing nanomagnets for information technology

An international team of researchers has found a new method of producing molecular magnets. Their thin layer systems made of cobalt and an organic material could pave the way for more powerful storage media as well as faster and more energy-efficient processors for information processing. The results of this research have been published in the current issue of the renowned journal Nature.

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