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Mechanical assembly of GCT version of SST prototype completed at Observatoire de Paris. portal.cta-observatory.org/Pages/News.aspx pic.twitter.com/ShHY9wSWEt
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New results from the AMS experiment defy our current understanding of cosmic rays: symmetrymagazine.org/article/april-… pic.twitter.com/xRI0UOfUKW
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[Press Release] Physics community to discuss latest results of the AMS experiment #AMSdays cern.ch/go/j6qp pic.twitter.com/l7NfB0fxyq
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Press Release: Cosmos Map - Dark Energy Survey creates detailed guide to spotting dark matter interactions.org/cms/?pid=10346… pic.twitter.com/k6eEn9mToZ
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Teams are completing final tests, #RestartLHC could be sometime between Saturday & Monday: cern.ch/go/L8j9 pic.twitter.com/HWaO5rO1Cq
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CTA NEWS: CTA North Negotiations to Start with Spain (La Palma) and Mexico (San Pedro Mártir) portal.cta-observatory.org/Pages/News.aspx pic.twitter.com/3kUhjBvY8g
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Site update: hoping to narrow north sites this month and have final decision on south in July.portal.cta-observatory.org/Pages/News.aspx pic.twitter.com/mDxbsXFeRL
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Así es el Observatorio a gran altura de agua Cherenkov, o HAWC, cerca del volcán Sierra Negra en Puebla, México pic.twitter.com/PFsNL40IxH
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#IcarusTrip The giant neutrino detector ICARUS is travelling from INFN Gran Sasso Lab to CERN @CERN @UffComINFN pic.twitter.com/IlDipB62KL
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An experiment in Antarctica may solve the mystery of cosmic rays econ.st/1yhCBZ0 via @TheEconomist pic.twitter.com/qy84tjU73X
Interestingly, Planck sees cleaner parts of the sky to go hunt primordial gravitational waves, south of BICEP2 (3/3) pic.twitter.com/BHS0oM7OKw
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The domes of the XENON1T cryostats are large enough for two collaboration members to fit in. #darkmatter pic.twitter.com/v0iuXXT5UT
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Brian Keating of the #BICEP2 collaboration and Alan Guth. These scientists have a lot to smile about today! pic.twitter.com/0xvqaagNQ3
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