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Galaxy Growth is Slow and Steady
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
ESA´s Herschel infrared space observatory has discovered that galaxies do not need to collide with each other to drive vigorous star birth.

Cosmic Crashes Forge Gold
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Scientists have identified the cosmic source of the heaviest chemical elements, such as lead and gold.

Our Galaxy's Ticking Time Bombs
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Some stars may be held up by their rapid spins, and slowing down could mean exploding like a supernova.

Simulating the Milky Way
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Scientists have created the first computer simulation of a spiral galaxy that matches our own Milky Way.

Fueling New Stars in the Milky Way
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
The Milky Way will have the fuel to continue forming stars, thanks to massive clouds of ionized gas raining down from its halo and intergalactic space.

The Supernova of a Generation
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Astronomers have caught a supernova very soon after it exploded. Scientists are now scrambling to study it with as many telescopes as possible.

The Coolest Class of Stars
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Scientists have discovered the coldest class of star-like bodies, with temperatures as cool as the human body.

Interstellar Crashes Could Toss Out Habitable Planets
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
A new study indicates that our solar system might be unusual in the Universe. Using a new computer model, the researchers showed that habitable worlds are likely to be thrown out of forming planetary systems when collisions occur between the system and clumps of material in space.

Testing the Multi-Verse
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
For the first time, physicists are testing the 'multiverse' theory.

Book Contest! Wonders of the Universe
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Book contest! What do you think is the most wondrous aspect of the universe? Reply on our Facebook site by Monday, August 8, and our favorite answers will win a copy of the new Brian Cox book, "Wonders of the Universe."

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