What’s ahead for physics in 2017? | Science News

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

More gravitational waves! Muons! Bose-Einstein condensates in space! Our physics writer Emily Conover discusses what physics enthusiasts have to look forward to in 2017. Read more: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/science-news-writers-look-ahead-2017

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Filming, Production & Editing
Helen Thompson

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LIGO
Matt Heintze/Caltech/MIT/LIGO Lab
Caltech/MIT/LIGO Lab
SXS Collaboration
NASA/AEI/ZIB/M. Koppitz and L. Rezzolla

LHC
© 2016 CERN

Dark matter
ESO/Digital Sky Survey 2

Muons
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Fermilab

Cold Atom Lab
Science@NASA
Goddard Space Flight Center
NIST/JILA/CU-Boulder
NASA

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7 Comments

  1. Pauldanne Lachica says:

    Nice

  2. Larry Jung says:

    Science should find a way to cleanse stuck asbestos fibers from the inner human body this would prevent asbestos related cancers!.Their's lots of asbestos around when asbestos is disturbed their microscoptic fibers go airborne and if humans inhail asbestos fibers many of them get stuck inside the human body and over a period of time about 25 to 30 years those stuck asbestos fibers can cause cancer!.

  3. IslandRai says:

    usually the background music fades down when the speaker starts talking so people can hear what the speaker is saying…

  4. ryhisner says:

    "Become one with the board"?

  5. Ray Oyler says:

    Keep a open mind

  6. Chateau Leon says:

    Emily, have ever seen a black hole?

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