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CSNS Finishes Construction of First User Instrument

On Jan. 26, the Multi-Physics Instrument (MPI) received the neutron beam from the target station, marking the instrument's successful completion after two years of construction. MPI is CSNS's first user instrument and was built in cooperation with Dongguan University of Technology and the City University of Hong Kong. It is also the first neutron total scattering instrument in China. MPI will mainly be used for research on materials with different ordered structures, focusing on structural analysis of long-range order and locally disordered materials, and long-range disorder and short-range ordered materials.

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Chinese Satellite Explores Mysterious Signals in Universe

China's Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope (HXMT), the country's space science satellite also known as Insight, has found that a fast radio burst (FRB) signal detected last year came from a magnetar in the Milky Way, Chinese scientists announced Friday. The discovery marked a milestone in understanding the nature of the mysterious signal emanating from the universe, the scientists said.

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  • Astronomers Report New Observations on First-detected Black Hole

    Astronomers at the National Astronomical Observatories (NAOC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences cooperated with researchers from the United States and Australia and reported the discovery in three papers published in the <EM>Science</EM> and <EM>The Astrophysical Journal</EM>.

  • Chinese Satellite Explores Mysterious Signals in Universe

    China's Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope (HXMT), the country's space science satellite also known as Insight, has found that a fast radio burst (FRB) signal detected last year came from a magnetar in the Milky Way, Chinese scientists announced Friday. The discovery marked a milestone in understanding the nature of the mysterious signal emanating from the universe, the scientists said.

  • Post-quake Reconstruction in China's Yushu Achieves Progress

    Researchers from the Aerospace Information Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, using massive satellite, aerial observation data, together with data from ground surveys and social and economic resources, have conducted long-term monitoring and evaluation of the restoration and reconstruction in the disaster-affected area during the reconstruction work in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, northwest China's Qinghai Province.

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