Month: July 2022

LUX-ZEPLIN: The world’s most sensitive dark matter detector tested for the first time

A short test has shown that the new LUX-ZEPLIN dark matter detector is the most sensitive ever. It might be our best bet to finally find dark matter particles Physics July 7, 2022 Through Leah Crane LUX-ZEPLIN dark matter detector at Sanford Underground Research Facility in South Dakota is most sensitive ever Matthew Kapust/Sanford Underground …

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Four big men backup trade targets for the Boston Celtics to use their $17.1 million traded player exception on

The Boston Celtics were widely seen as unlikely to use their $17.1 million traded player exception (TPE) before it expires on July 17 after trading for Indiana Pacers point guard Malcolm Brogdon given the team now has about $20 million in the league’s luxury tax, but recent reporting from Jared Weiss of The Athletic related …

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12 of the most daring looks celebrities wore at Paris Fashion Week

Celebrities sported several daring looks during Paris Fashion Week.Pascal Le Segretain/Vanni Bassetti/Getty Images Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week took place from July 3 to July 7. Celebrities came from all over the world to see designers’ over-the-top outfits. Here’s a look at the wildest and most daring ensembles that celebrities wore. Anitta arrived at the …

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Two new rotating radio transients discovered by astronomers

The time in milliseconds is delayed along the horizontal axis. The vertical axis shows the frequency of observations in MHz. The dark line within the dynamic spectrum is the signal of the detected transient. The intensity of radiation within the dynamic spectrum is shown in shades of gray. The darker the color, the stronger the …

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Rafael Nadal withdraws from Wimbledon semifinals against Nick Kyrgios due to injury

Rafael Nadal struggles with stomachache as his quarter-final win – Rafael Nadal withdraws from Wimbledon semi-final against Nick Kyrgios due to injury – ALPHA PRESS Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from the Wimbledon semi-final against Nick Kyrgios due to his abdominal injury, giving the Australian a walk-over bye to Sunday’s final. Nadal called an unscheduled press …

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Supreme Court Justice Breyer has options as a retiree

WASHINGTON (AP) — Until last week when he swore in Justice Ketanji Brown Jacksonhis Supreme Court successor, Judge Stephen Breyer had a rigorous, intellectually challenging job at the highest stake† Now the 83-year-old retiree has no letter to read and no opinions to write. As a retired judge, Breyer can maintain an office with the …

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Avalanche takes over Alexandar Georgiev from Rangers for draft picks

It seemed inevitable for a while that the New York Rangers would have to swap goalkeepers Alexander Georgievi† Thursday they did. The Rangers sent Georgiev to the Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche in exchange for a 2022 fifth round draft pick and a 2023 third round draft pick. Of Igor Shesterkin locked up as the …

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‘Godfather’ actor and film legend James Caan dies aged 82

AUDE GUERRUCCIA Movie legend James Caan died Wednesday night, according to a tweet on the actor’s verified Twitter account. He was 82. A cause of death was not immediately released. “It is with great sadness that we inform you of Jimmy’s passing on the evening of July 6th,” the tweet read. “The family appreciates the …

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CERN July 5 myths about particle accelerators debunked

CERN’s July 5 particle accelerator did not create a cosmic black hole. The machine also cannot shift time and space, as viral conspiracy theories claim. On July 5, 2022, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, restarted its machine known as a particle accelerator. The machine rebooted today after a three year hiatus …

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