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Pioneering observations with the National Science Foundation's giant Robert C Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT) have given astronomers a new tool for mapping large cosmic structures.
Hydrogen would command a key role in future renewable energy technologies, experts agree, if a relatively cheap, efficient and carbon-neutral means of producing it can be developed.
Astronomers have found the astronomical equivalent of prehistoric life in our intergalactic backyard: a group of small, ancient galaxies that has waited 10 billion years to come together.
Several ways have been proposed to examine dark energy, in hopes of finding out just what it is. One of them, â€œsupernovaeâ€ for short, certainly works: itâ€™s how dark energy was discovered in the first place.
The "coming of age" of galaxies and black holes has been pinpointed, thanks to new data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes.
Something vital is missing in the far distant reaches of the Universe: hydrogen - the raw material for stars, planets and possible life.
As gas prices continue to soar to record highs, motorists are crying out for an alternative that wonâ€™t cramp their pocketbooks.
Oxygen may be necessary for life, but it sure gets in the way of making hydrogen fuel cheaply and abundantly from a family of enzymes present in many microorganisms. Blocking oxygen's path to an enzyme's production machinery could lead to a renewable energy source that would generate only water as its waste product.
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