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The Earth and Moon formed later than previously thought

07 June 2010

The Earth and Moon formed later than previously thoughtThe Earth and Moon were created as the result of a giant collision between two planets the size of Mars and Venus. Until now it was thought to have happened when the solar system was 30 million years old...

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Planck satellite on a mission to the beginning of the Universe

18 May 2010

Planck satellite on a mission to the beginning of the Universe”The mission is going perfectly and we are getting very good data which might explain what happened during the creation of the Universe and how and why the world looks as it does”, explains a happy but enigmatic researcher...

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Launch: New Danish center for space research

06 April 2010

Launch: New Danish center for space researchWith the aim of strengthening Danish space research, several institutes at the University of Copenhagen have formed a new interdisciplinary center, the Space Science Center. With the new center, we focus more on the...

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Big Bang a spectacular success

31 March 2010

Big Bang a spectacular successThe auditorium is packed with visitors, journalists and researchers, who are following the live broadcasts from the research centre CERN in Switzerland. Will they succeed in carrying out the first collisions at...

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Astronomers observe growing black holes

17 March 2010

Astronomers observe growing black holesThe most distant quasars found in the early universe, a mere 800 million years after the Big Bang, have been observed by an international team of astronomers including members from the Niels Bohr Institute...

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Rumblings about CERN is empty talk

15 March 2010

Rumblings about CERN is empty talk’Hadron Collider to be closed amid fears of a very big bang’ read the headline in a major English newspaper and sparked controversy over the future of CERN. Was there a future for the large European research centre?

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LIVE - from Big Bang at CERN to Blegdamsvej

05 January 2010

LIVE - from Big Bang at CERN to BlegdamsvejA light installation, a Colliderscope, which transmits signals from the physics experiments at CERN in Switzerland, has been installed on the facade of the Niels Bohr Institute at Blegdamsvej...

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LHC ready to hunt for Higgs

21 December 2009

LHC ready to hunt for Higgs”It has gone quickly creating collisions in the large particle accelerator, LHC at CERN, and the results are simply fantastic”, says a very happy physicist at the Niels Bohr Institute, Troels Petersen, though he is somewhat...

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LHC breaks world record

10 December 2009

LHC breaks world recordThe Large Hadron Collider, LHC at CERN has now had proton-collisions at 2.36 TeV. That means that CERN has reclaimed the position as ‘the most powerful accelerator in the world’. The Tevatron at Fermilab in the US has only...

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Blast of collisions at CERN

25 November 2009

Blast of collisions at CERN It succeeded – finally. After 25 years of planning, development and colossal construction the dream has come true – the first collisions took place in the Large Hadron Collider, LHC at CERN in Switzerland...

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