Category: elementary particles
The top-ish 2+1 things of the year.
What a month… from the sky to the labs. Dazzling stuff from asteroids, supergiant stars, the Higgs and other cool-sounding particles.
A few kicked-out electrons, two shaken stars, a strange body and the power of shadow.
Με την αποθήκευση και χρήση ατόμων αντιύλης, το πείραμα ALPHA στο CERN ανοίγει νέους δρόμους – An unpublished article about the ALPHA antimatter experiment.
Elementary particles teddy bears.
Do neutrinos and antineutrinos behave in exactly the same way? Enter T2K.
Talking about women overlooked for the prestigious prize.
On discoveries which were widely publicized but which nobody told the public later that they were found to be wrong.
In last month’s news a black hole photobombs an asteroid, a hundred new mini planets are revealed and we still don’t know what dark matter is.
A useful graph circulated one year ago – so, April the 1st. It might seem cryptic at first. But it is simply a collection of some of the supersymmetric particles that ought to have been discovered in the last decades,…