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Miss US Olivia Culpo won Miss Universe 2012 crown

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...cking on my siblings growing up, because you appreciate them so much more as you grow older.” Miss US Olivia Culpo won Miss Universe 2012 crown Miss Philippines, Janine Tugonon, came in second, while Miss Venezuela, Irene Sofia Esser Quintero, placed third. All the contestants spent the past two weeks in Sin City, where they posed in hardhats at a hotel groundbreaking, took a painting lesso...

Ximena Navarette (Mexico), Miss Universe 2010, crowns Leila Lopes (Miss Angola) as Miss Universe 2011

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The 60th annual Miss Universe Pageant crowned its winner Miss Angola on September 12 in São Paulo, Brazil. Miss Ukraine (Olesia Stefanko) was First Runner Up, followed by Miss Brazil (Priscila Machado), Miss Philippines (Shamcey Supsup) and Miss China (Luo Zilin).   Ximena Navarette (Mexico), Miss Universe 2010, crowns Leila Lopes (Miss Angola) as Miss Universe 2011   Miss Angola, Leila...

Sheena Monnin, this year Miss Pennsylvania, has sensationally resigned from her position, claiming that the weekend's Miss USA 2012 pageant was rigged

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...that she would attempt to steal the spotlight form Olivia Culpo of Rhode Island on her well-deserved Miss USA win.” Sheena Monnin, this year Miss Pennsylvania, has sensationally resigned from her position, claiming that the weekend's Miss USA 2012 pageant was rigged In the email written on Monday by Miss Universe Organization, Sheena Monnin wrote that she was resigning. She said: “I refuse to...

A new research suggests that frenetic star-forming activity in the early Universe is linked to the most massive galaxies in today's cosmos

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A new research suggests that frenetic star-forming activity in the early Universe is linked to the most massive galaxies in today’s cosmos. This “starbursting” activity when the Universe was just a few billion years old appears to have been clamped off by the growth of super massive black holes. An international team gathered hints of the mysterious “dark matter” in...

The IBM computer will be attached to a 1,900 square mile array of telescope antenna, and will be built to “suck in” in radio telescope data which will “see” 13 billion years into the past

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...he entire internet, sifting through radio waves from space in an effort to unravel the origin of the universe. The huge computer will be attached to a 1,900 square mile array of telescope antenna, and will be built to “suck in” in radio telescope data which will “see” 13 billion years into the past, back to the dawn of the universe and the Big Bang. IBM machine will be millions of times more power...

The Dark Energy Survey's 570-million-pixel camera will scan some 300 million galaxies in the coming five years

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...ilt, has begun its quest to pin down the mysterious stuff that makes up nearly three-quarters of our Universe. The Dark Energy Survey’s 570-million-pixel camera will scan some 300 million galaxies in the coming five years. The goal is to discover the nature of dark energy, which is theorized to be responsible for the ever-faster expansion of the Universe. Its first image, taken 12 September,...

The Euclid telescope will look deep into the cosmos for clues to the nature of dark matter and dark energy

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...donation NASA is short of the hundreds of millions of dollars needed to turn one of them into a dark mission. One key design difference between the US concept and Euclid would be the emphasis the American mission would place on using exploded stars, supernovas, as markers to measure the expansion rate of the Universe. This was the approach used by the Nobel Prize winners (Saul Perlmutter and Adam...

Scientists say they may be able to determine the eventual fate of the cosmos as they probe the properties of the Higgs boson

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Scientists say they may be able to determine the eventual fate of the cosmos as they probe the properties of the Higgs boson. A concept known as vacuum instability could result, billions of years from now, in a new universe opening up in the present one and replacing it. It all depends on some precise numbers related to the Higgs that researchers are currently trying to pin down. A “Higgs-l...

Former Miss Pennsylvania Sheena Monnin, who resigned after alleging that the Miss USA contest had been fixed, says she is stunned by a ruling that she must pay the pageant organization $5 million for defamation

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...this month, Donald Trump was victorious in a lawsuit he filed against Sheena Monnin, who called the Miss USA pageant “fixed” and “trashy” after she failed to make the semifinals of the beauty contest this summer. The eventual winner of Miss USA, Olivia Culpo, beat 88 other beauty queens on December 20 to take the Miss Universe title from Leila Lopes of Angola at the Planet Hollywood casino in Las...

Miss Venezuela Gabriela Isler was crowned Miss Universe 2013 on November 9th in Moscow

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Miss Venezuela Gabriela Isler was crowned Miss Universe 2013 on November 9th in Moscow, Russia. The 25-year-old flamenco dancer triumphed over women from 85 other countries to inherit the crown from Olivia Culpo from the US. Miss Venezuela Gabriela Isler was crowned Miss Universe 2013 on November 9th in Moscow During the evening gown segment, Gabriela ISler was the first to rock a long-sleeved g...

Miss Guyana Ruqayyah Boyer became a fashion victim of her floor-sweeping evening dress and crashed to the floor in front of the judges at Miss Universe 2012 in Las Vegas

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...t the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas to battle it out for the much coveted title of Miss Universe 2012. This preliminary stage helps to determine the 16 semi-finalists that will be announced on pageant night on December 19th together with results of the ongoing online voting on the Miss Universe website. “Rounds” at this stage in the competition included posing in bikinis and even...

The Nobel Prize for Physics winners studied dozens of exploding stars and realized that the expansion of the universe wasn't slowing down, as expected - it was accelerating

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Three U.S. scientists have discovered that the expansion of the universe is actually accelerating, not slowing down as previously thought. The discovery, found by measuring the light from distant supernova explosions, turned the world of physics upside down – as well as the lives of the three American scientists who have been awarded a Nobel Prize for their findings. The Nobel Prize for Ph...

Scientists say time itself is slowing down until eventually, in billions of years time, it will cease altogether

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A new radical theory by academics suggests that time itself could be slowing down – and may eventually grind to a halt altogether. The latest mind-bending findings – put forward by researchers working at two Spanish universities – proposes that we have all been fooled into thinking the universe is expanding. In fact, the scientists say, time itself is slowing down until eventual...

Planck was launched on the same rocket as ESA's other flagship space telescope, Herschel, on 14 May 2009

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...ackground (CMB) – the “first light” to sweep out across space once a post-Big-Bang Universe had cooled sufficiently to permit the formation of hydrogen atoms. Before that time, scientists say, the cosmos would have been so hot that matter and radiation would have been “coupled” – the Universe would have been opaque. The CMB pervades the entire sky, and scientist...

Looking back in time with the Hubble Space Telescope

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...ce and the astronaut known as the “Hubble repair man” because of the number of servicing missions he flew to the telescope, commented on the latest research: “These are baby pictures of the Universe.” “These images are giving us the tantalizing view of what happened in the very earliest stages of the Universe. This is the time when the Universe was filled with hydroge...

For every particle in physics, there is an associated anti-particle, identical in every respect that scientists have yet measured, except that it holds an opposite electric charge

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...ed, except that it holds an opposite electric charge. Current theory holds that, at the birth of the Universe, matter and anti-matter were created in equal amounts. When they meet, however, they destroy each other in energetic flashes of light. The question has remained, then, why did any Universe come into being at all, and why is the one we see overwhelmingly made of normal matter? For every pa...

The AMS has seen evidence for what could be dark matter colliding with itself in a process known as annihilation

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...ious estimates. Dark energy is the component that contributes most to the mass/energy density of the Universe at 68.3%. Dark energy is the name given to the force thought to be accelerating the expansion of the Universe. Its character is even more obscure to science than dark matter. Related search articles:review jockey volumetrics bra tv special crystal harris smoking cigarette signs of signs...

BICEP2 scientists have discovered an extraordinary new evidence to support a Big Bang Theory for the origin of the Universe

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...sts have discovered an extraordinary new evidence to support a Big Bang Theory for the origin of the Universe (photo SPL) Theory holds that this would have taken the infant Universe from something unimaginably small to something about the size of a marble. Space has continued to expand for the nearly 14 billion years since. Inflation was first proposed in the early 1980s to explain some aspects of...

Astronomers have spotted Mingus, the most distant supernova ever seen

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.... The meeting also heard from Joshua Frieman, director of the Dark Energy Survey – a five-year mission using the most powerful camera ever trained on the skies to get to the bottom of the dark matter mystery. The phone-booth-sized Dark Energy Camera snapped its first images in September 2012 and will begin its formal mission in September this year, looking not only at supernovae but also at...

Former Miss Pennsylvania Sheena Monnin, who defamed Miss USA pageant, was ordered to pay Donald Trump $5 million

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...ald Trump $5 million for defaming the organization he co-owns. Sheena Monnin was a contestant in the Miss USA 2012 pageant before she appeared on national television claiming the beauty pageant organization chooses its winners ahead of time. Donald Trump subsequently sued Sheena Monnin. An arbitrator then ruled in favor of the Miss Universe Organization, awarding it $5 million in damages and state...

ESO project is supported by 15 members of the European Union and has the catchy name “European Extremely Large Telescope” even if it will be built in Chile's Atacama Desert, to avoid light pollution

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...es and the nature of black holes They also hope to shed light on two of the biggest mysteries of our universe – the formation of “dark matter”, which cannot be directly observed but is hypothesized to make up most of the mass of the universe, and “dark energy”, which appears to driving the universe to expand at an accelerating rate. ESO project is supported by 15 members of the European Uni...

Miss Pennsylvania Sheena Monnin has said she stands by her accusations that the Miss USA 2012 competition was rigged and will take on Donald Trump if he sues her

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Miss Pennsylvania Sheena Monnin has said she stands by her accusations that the Miss USA 2012 competition was rigged and will take on Donald Trump if he sues her, as he has claimed. Earlier this week, Sheena Monnin resigned from her position claiming one of her fellow contestants – later revealed as Miss Florida – had seen a list of the top five girls before the show had even begun. S...

Scientists believe the LHC upgrade will enable them to discover new particles which will lead to a more complete theory of how the Universe works

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...rade will enable them to discover new particles which will lead to a more complete theory of how the Universe works. Scientists believe the LHC upgrade will enable them to discover new particles which will lead to a more complete theory of how the Universe works The engineers’ tasks also include testing and replacing some of the LHC’s main dipole and quadrupole magnets, which are used to be...

The 1.5 billion-Euro SKA's huge fields of antennas will sweep the sky for answers to the major outstanding questions in astronomy

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Australia, New Zealand and South Africa will host the biggest radio telescope ever built. The nations belonging to the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) organization took the decision at a meeting on Friday. The 1.5 billion-Euro SKA’s huge fields of antennas will sweep the sky for answers to the major outstanding questions in astronomy. They will probe the early Universe, test Einstein’s t...

A senior CERN physicist from Switzerland has announced this afternoon firm evidence for the existence of the elusive Higgs Boson, or God particle

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...The Higgs boson is regarded – by those who know about such things – as the key to understanding the universe. Its job is, apparently, to give the particles that make up atoms their mass. Without this mass, these particles would zip though the cosmos at the speed of light, unable to bind together to form the atoms that make up everything in the universe, from planets to people. The Higgs boson’s e...