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Twisted Tale of Our Galaxy's Ring
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
07/23/11
Summary: 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
07/11/11
Summary: Recent findings may change scientific opinion about the shape of the Big Bang.

Gaia Will Map the Galaxy
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
07/10/11
Summary: 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
07/09/11
Summary: 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
07/06/11
Summary: 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
06/23/11
Summary: 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
06/20/11
Summary: 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
06/15/11
Summary: 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
06/07/11
Summary: 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
06/05/11
Summary: 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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