Motions and forces
The known universe requires black holes!
Secrets of the sidewinder
Oceans’ true boundaries explain source of ocean water — and “garbage patches”
On the wing: Birds, skeeters, jet planes: Same design rule applies!
Old and distant galaxy
Weather: [More data + more computers = better forecasts]
Weather forecasts improve, but who’s ever satisfied? Check some around-the-corner technologies that will paint a better picture of More
Boasting about the boson
Award follows last year’s sighting of elusive boson at world’s largest atom smasher. At last, matter can have mass, and physics can More
Pitching the biomechanics
Dunewatching, Martian style
New pix from Mars show sand dunes on the move. Mars has been dry for 1.5 billion years; could massive erosion be due to wind? Yes, says More
The importance of being Einstein
Experiment: Earth “drags” spacetime, as Einstein predicted. What else did Einstein get right? (Hint: Lots and lots!) More
Breaking the bubble!
Pop goes the super supernova
Electric eye learns from animal eye!
Lenses cannot project a perfect image on the flat back of a camera, so images are distorted at the edges. More
The sounds of sax
New study shows that controlling throat shape helps pro players hit the high notes that elude amateurs. More