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7.29.19

Scientists Built a Tiny Version of the Sun in Wisconsin

What we can learn about our star by using the 'Big Red Ball.'

4.29.19

This Black Hole Is Wildly Ejecting Plasma Jets as It Eats a Star

"This is one of the most extraordinary black hole systems I've ever come across.”

1.30.19

New Supercomputer Simulations Show How Plasma Jets Escape Black Holes

Black holes swallow everything that comes in contact with them, so how do plasma jets manage to escape their intense gravity?

1.29.19

Scientists Solve the Mystery of Why the Northern and Southern Lights Don't Match

A leading explanation for the different patterns seen in Earth’s northern and southern auroras has been ruled out.

1.7.19

Scientists Made Plasma That Is 50 Times Colder Than Deep Space

Scientists have created a laser-cooled neutral plasma for the first time that will be used to simulate some of the hottest and most exotic matter in the universe.

6.6.18

These Plasma Patches Could Replace Antibiotics to Treat Chronic Wounds

The German company Coldplasmatech is using the weirdest state of matter to fight superbugs and accelerate healing.

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1.17.18

How Doctors Keep Jehovah’s Witnesses Alive When They Refuse Blood Transfusions

“I was raised in a religion where blood transfusions were the worst possible thing you could ever do.”

11.15.17

Watch This Plasma Ring Float in Open Air

The plasma ring was created using a stream of water that was less than the width of a human hair and moving as fast as a bullet.

7.20.17

Neon and Glass Artworks Glow in Surreal 'Art of Plasma’ Exhibition

The Museum of Neon Art’s new exhibition showcases the many artistic uses of neon gas.

1.18.17

How a Solar Storm Almost Caused World War III

Crisis averted.

5.3.16

Why Widespread Fusion Energy Is Taking So Damn Long

The most powerful experimental fusion reactor is under budget and a decade behind schedule.

3.6.16

What NASA Can Learn From the March 9 Eclipse

Next week's total solar eclipse will give NASA a rare peak at the Sun's atmosphere.

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