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Nobel Prize in Physics Won by Scientists Who Changed Our Concept of The Cosmos

Nobel Prize in Physics Won by Scientists Who Changed Our Concept of The Cosmos

A cosmologist who revealed that the universe was made mostly of invisible matter and energy, and two scientists who detected the first planet orbiting an alien star, were jointly awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in physics Tuesday.

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