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Elina Holmgren Tyskling

🌌AI discovers "bridges" of dark matter

An important key to understanding dark matter is to get a map of how it is distributed in the universe. Now, researchers from the United States and Korea have created a map that has revealed new information about how the invisible matter is spread.

Cornelia Ekvall

πŸš€ The future of space travel: through wormholes or with Warp Drives?

Mankind dreams about distant places as we are reaching further out in the solar system. But space travel has proven itself tricky and time-consuming. Would it be possible to travel through wormholes or use Warp Drives? We have asked Ulf Danielsson, professor in theoretical physics.

Kent Olofsson

πŸŒ‘Scientists want to build a particle accelerator on the moon

Scientists are discovering what a lunar particle accelerator could achieve. The idea of conducting particle collisions on the moon, might not even be that unrealistic.

Mathias Sundin

πŸš€ Jeff Bezos is going to space - you don't have to be a billionaire to follow him

Going to space will fast become much cheaper than most people think. You won't have to be a billionaire or even a millionaire to follow Bezos.

Cornelia Ekvall

πŸ›° This is how Starlink works in England – a users review

Beginning this year, Starlink is expanding to other countries. Louis Anslow is one of the early adopters who has gotten Starlink, we asked what he thinks so far.

Mathias Sundin

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: Going to space will be a lot cheaper than you think

90% percent believe they’ll never be able to afford to go to space. That is wrong. Seven out of every ten people could afford that in just ten years. This is how much you need to save every month to go to space.