Ron Cowen's Articles
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- FeatureScientists rethink what the first stars were like and how they formed.
- NewsThe latest data from a NASA spacecraft give compositional clues and reveal craters that could hold frozen water
- NewsThree lines of evidence suggest that the sun’s next activity cycle will be delayed for years and may not happen at all, an outcome that could have major implications for Earth’s climate.
- Deleted ScenesThe chances that the Tevatron is producing a previously unknown particle drop substantially after the collider's DZERO experiment finds nothing extraordinary.
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- NewsA new class of stellar explosion is very bright — and somewhat hard to explain.
- NewsImages of unprecedented resolution offer insight into how black holes swallow up matter.
- NewsThe most complete view to date of the nearby cosmos takes in 45,000 galaxies.
- NewsA newly discovered feature at its fringes suggests the galaxy is an uncommon beauty: One half appears to be nearly a mirror image of the other.
- NewsUnusually rapid fluctuations in the output of a supernova remnant send theorists scuttling for a reasonable explanation.