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Physics Week in Review: December 9, 2017

Among the many highlights this week: This year's Breakthrough Prizes were awarded, scientists found the oldest known black hole, and why your microwaved eggs tend to explode. Cutting-Edge Science Honored by Star-Studded Breakthrough Prize Awards. "Maps of the infant universe...
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