Author Archives: Frank Close
From the birth of the solar system
Comets could hold the secret of how life began on Earth
The Higgs universe
The winner of this year's Nobel Prize for Physics waited 48 years for the confirmation of his theory, but in some ways he grew to dread the moment of discovery
Is physics in crisis?
In search of lost time
Chasing the total eclipse across the Pacific Ocean
The twin child of the Big Bang
In the first moments of the universe, matter overpowered antimatter, its mirror opposite. We may soon find out why.
We now know why the universe has structure. What next?
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