This week, at the 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference, space- and ground-based detectors unveiled new cosmic-ray anisotropy measurements from GeV to tens of EeV.
The European Consortium for Astroparticle theory held its first annual symposium in May, bringing together hundreds of theoretical physicists across Europe.
Recent detection from LHAASO provides the first clear evidence of the presence of galactic “pevatrons”.
Cosmologist and theoretical physicist Licia Verde discusses the current tension between early- and late-time measurements of the expansion rate of the universe.
Gravitational waves crease and stretch the fabric of spacetime as they ripple out across the universe, potentially causing observable effects on beams in storage rings.
First results from the ANAIS experiment show no annual modulation, in conflict with longstanding results from the DAMA experiment.
High-energy X-rays reveal possible missing neutron star formed by the collapse of the famous supernova's progenitor star.
Recent studies suggest that plasma-wakefield acceleration also occurs naturally, potentially explaining the highest energy cosmic rays.
Observations of millisecond pulsars by the NANOGrav collaboration show early signs of consistency with gravitational waves with a period of decades.
Steven Weinberg has penned a concise account of the foundations of astrophysics of permanent value, writes our reviewer.