Famed physicist Stephen Hawking gave a talk on one of his favorite subjects at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden, recently. His talk was on black holes, and the ideas he’s suggesting are making headlines.
This week, the New Horizons space probe zoomed past Pluto and provided us with more information than ever before about the dwarf planet. Scientists will be gathering that data for a year — and rewriting textbooks as they go.
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