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  • "This was a great year for science, but what could be more wondrous than actually seeing a black hole? It sounds like magic, but it was really an astonishing feat of teamwork and technology," said Tim Appenzeller, Science's news editor. The Event Horizon Telescope's image of a supermassive black ...

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  • SYDNEY-Australian scientists studying lunar rock samples have found one of the rocks' compositions to be highly indicative that it was in fact formed on Earth, causing them to speculate that it was thrown there when an asteroid struck our planet billions of years ago. The team from Curtin ...

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