Today’s physics news: German satellite falls to Earth, Physics Nobel Prize winner: Universe destined to become a lonely place and more

Today’s physics news: German satellite falls to Earth, Physics Nobel Prize winner: Universe destined to become a lonely place and more

German satellite falls to Earth
The 2.4-tonne Rosat X-ray space telescope re-enters the Earth’s atmosphere, falling perhaps – early calculations suggest – into the Indian Ocean.
BBC
Independent

Physics Nobel Prize winner: Universe destined to become a lonely place
Not only is space expanding, the expansion is accelerating. This year’s winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics, Brian Schmidt, speaks to The Telegraph about the award and the science behind it.
The Telegraph

Willetts: ‘REF will take no notice of where researchers publish’
Researchers should not feel obliged to pursue research favoured by prestigious journals, David Willetts has said.
THE

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