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The latest images of methane drizzle on Titan appear to settle the argument over whether it really does rain on Saturn's largest moon
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The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week.
Gyroscopes built out of Bose-Einstein Condensates should be simpler, cheaper, and easier to operate than the most sensitive alternatives.
If a strange excess of positrons hitting Earth are created by dark matter, then the way that the moon blocks these impacts could help confirm the idea.
If Newton's second law is wrong, we might just be able to see the evidence in the orbital motions of the planets, suggests a new analysis.
If cavitation can speed up the decay of nuclei in solution, we've yet to see good evidence for it.