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Particle Physics and Astrophysics

Results of a collision that could represent a Higgs boson from the ATLAS experiment
13.12.2011

Extra events in the probable mass range of the Higgs boson provide first hints for its possible existence.

Before and after images of the Messier 100 Galaxy reveal the appearance of SN 2006X, one of the supernovae used in the study. Photos: European Southern Observatory (ESO)
25.08.2011

New findings on supernovae are changing our understanding of these exploding stars

Before and after images of the Messier 100 Galaxy reveal the appearance of SN 2006X, one of the supernovae used in the study. Photos: European Southern Observatory (ESO)Before and after images of the Messier 100 Galaxy reveal the appearance of SN 2006X, one of the supernovae used in the study. Photos: European Southern Observatory (ESO)
22.08.2011

Scientists recheck a standard model for supernovae on which cosmic distance measurement is based

M51 supernova. Photo: Ilan Manulis, Martin Kraar Observatory
06.06.2011

The exploding star, in a galaxy near ours, shows signs of an atypical composition. 

Dr. Alexander Milov
31.05.2011

Dr. Alexander Milov was appointed new convener of the Heavy Ions group for the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, CERN ...

Prof. Eilam Gross
31.05.2011

Prof. Eilam Gross was appointed new convener of the Higgs physics group for the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, CERN

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