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Three out of every 1,000 neutron decays produce photons of light.   Image Three out of every 1,000 neutron decays produce photons of light.
Updated December 21, 2006
Rarely, a decaying neutron will produce photons of light (right panel).   Image Rarely, a decaying neutron will produce photons of light (right panel).
Updated December 21, 2006
An international scientific expedition set sail on the Swedish Icebreaker "Oden."   Image An international scientific expedition set sail on the Swedish Icebreaker "Oden."
Updated December 19, 2006
Over the first billion years of the universe, stars were born.   Video Stars Spring Up Out of the Darkness
Video type: Quicktime Player
Updated December 18, 2006
Before data processing, stars and galaxies drown out the infrared background radiation.   Image Before data processing, stars and galaxies drown out the infrared background radiation.
Updated December 18, 2006
Artist's timeline chronicling the history of the universe.   Image Artist's timeline chronicling the history of the universe.
Updated December 18, 2006
The outermost layer of the atmosphere will lose 3 percent of its density over the coming decade.   Image The outermost layer of the atmosphere will lose 3 percent of its density over the coming decade.
Updated December 11, 2006
Temperatures in Antarctica were much warmer 70 million years ago.   Image Temperatures in Antarctica were much warmer 70 million years ago.
Updated December 11, 2006
A researcher carefully excavates a fossilized juvenile plesiosaur on Vega Island, Antarctica.   Image A researcher carefully excavates a fossilized juvenile plesiosaur on Vega Island, Antarctica.
Updated December 11, 2006
Remains of the juvenile plesiosaur were exacavated from this Vega Island excavation site.   Image Remains of the juvenile plesiosaur were exacavated from this Vega Island excavation site.
Updated December 11, 2006
This animation shows how the juvenile plesiosaur might have appeared.   Video This animation shows how the juvenile plesiosaur might have appeared.
Video type: Quicktime Player
Updated December 11, 2006
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