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  • 3250 Focus: X-Ray Movie Reveals Origin of Metal Splashing
    DOI: 10.1103/Physics.12.66, Author(s): Michael SchirberX-ray imaging of a manufacturing technique has captured the formation of molten metal projectiles that produce imperfections.[Physics 12, 66] Published Fri Jun 14, 2019 [Michael Schirber]
  • 3249 Synopsis: Mirror, Mirror—Which Coating is the Quietest of Them All
    Gravitational-wave detectors may benefit from an alternative coating material that is less noisy at low temperatures than currently used materials.[Physics] Published Thu Jun 13, 2019 [anonymous]
  • 3248 Synopsis: Optical Vortices Can Probe Magnetism
    A light “corkscrew” is sensitive to the local magnetic field direction, so it can be used to probe magnetism in a material.[Physics] Published Wed Jun 12, 2019 [anonymous]
  • 3247 Synopsis: Making the Perfect Crêpe
    Cooking a flat, hole-free crêpe—a thin pancake popular in France and other European countries—is all in how you roll your wrist, according to predictions from a new model.[Physics] Published Tue Jun 11, 2019 [anonymous]
  • 3246 Viewpoint: Plot Thickens in Solar Opacity Debate
    DOI: 10.1103/Physics.12.65, Author(s): Sarbani BasuExperiments that replicate conditions in the Sun’s interior have found that the light absorption by certain elements doesn’t match expectations, raising questions about the accuracy of solar models.[Physics 12, 65] Published Mon Jun 10, 2019 [Sarbani Basu]
  • 3245 Focus: Thickening Fluid Gets Even Thicker
    DOI: 10.1103/Physics.12.64, Author(s): Mark BuchananAdding long polymers to a fluid that becomes more viscous as it’s stirred amplifies the effect, in contrast to results with short polymers.[Physics 12, 64] Published Fri Jun 07, 2019 [Mark Buchanan]
  • 3244 Synopsis: Tuning an Atom’s Magnetic Field
    Researchers modify the magnetic field of a single atom, demonstrating a potential way to store information in tiny devices of the future.[Physics] Published Thu Jun 06, 2019 [anonymous]
  • 3243 Feature: Shorter Oars Make for Faster Boats
    DOI: 10.1103/Physics.12.63, Adjusting the length of an oar by a few centimeters could enable elite rowers to gain an edge over their competitors—for amateur rowers, not so much.[Physics 12, 63] Published Thu Jun 06, 2019 [anonymous]
  • 3242 Synopsis: How a Pentaquark is Put Together
    New Large Hadron Collider data reveal that exotic quark quintets, discovered in 2016, are composites of quark-antiquark mesons and three-quark baryons.  [Physics] Published Wed Jun 05, 2019 [anonymous]
  • 3241 Synopsis: Dark Energy Solution for Hubble Tension
    A discrepancy between measurements of the cosmic expansion rate might be resolved by adding an extra form of dark energy.[Physics] Published Tue Jun 04, 2019 [anonymous]