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The fruit, dear Brutus, is in our stars

Angela Tilby

by Angela Tilby

Posted: 04 Apr 2014 @ 12:11

I HAVE always been fascinated by space, stars, and galaxies. My father had been at sea, and knew how to navigate by the stars. He showed me the constellations from our back garden in north London.

Even now, I find thinking about the beginnings of the universe far more interesting than answering emails or doing the ironing.

So I was intrigued by the recent report of findings from a telescope in the South Pole, which appear to have confirmed an extraordinary theory about the ...

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