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Twisted Tale of Our Galaxy's Ring
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Astronomers have identified a bizarre, twisted ring of dense gas at the center of the Milky Way.

The Universe May Have Been Born Spinning
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Recent findings may change scientific opinion about the shape of the Big Bang.

Gaia Will Map the Galaxy
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
The largest digital camera ever built for a space mission has been constructed for the European Space Agency's Galaxy-mapping Gaia mission. Gaia will map a billion stars over its five-year mission. Studying stars could help astrobiologists identify those which are capable of supporting habitable worlds.

Cosmic Dust Factories
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Observations from the Herschel Space Observatory reveal that an exploding star expelled the equivalent of between 160,000 and 230,000 Earth masses of fresh dust.

Hydrogen Peroxide Found in Space
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Hydrogen peroxide molecules have been identified in interstellar space for the first time.

How to Keep Lonely Exoplanets Snug – Just Add Dark Matter!
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Dark matter, inferred to exist from its gravitational effects on the universe, is still a mystery to scientists. But a new study says that dark matter could help life evolve and survive on distant worlds outside of our solar system.

A Neutrino-Flavored Universe
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Scientists may have taken a step in discovering why matter trumped antimatter at the time of the Big Bang.

Carbon Monoxide Reveals New Milky Way Arm
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
By studying dense concentrations of carbon monoxide, astronomers have discovered a new spiral arm of the Milky Way.

Scientists Trap AntiMatter for 1,000 Seconds
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Scientists have managed to trap antimatter for more than 16 minutes. Soon, the team believes they will be able to perform experiments on the antiatoms.

Star Gazing, Twenty-First Century Style
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Modern space telescopes and ground-based telescopes provide a wealth of data for astronomers. Like Galileo discovering Jupiter's moons, scientists today hunt the skies for new and mysterious objects.

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