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Evolution

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Transverse momentum missing-energy 5020 GeV-cms/nucleon Turbulence Muon pair production Large-scale structure of Universe Rapidity Accretion Cosmic background radiation Bottom particle identification Channel cross section measured Double-beta decay 0neutrino Structure Gravitational radiation emission Galaxy Supersymmetry Data analysis method FMRI Beyond Standard Model Detector design Jet bottom Gravitational radiation Differential cross section measured Z0 leptonic decay Experimental results Resonance production Cosmological model Galaxies clusters general Galaxies star formation P p scattering Hadron-Hadron scattering experiments Stability VIRGO Final state njet lepton Surveys Quark gluon plasma Bottom pair production Cosmology observations Statistical analysis Transverse momentum dependence Gravitation Mass dependence Rapidity dependence X-rays binaries Methods numerical Numerical calculations Correlation CERN LHC Coll General relativity Channel cross section branching ratio upper limit Electroweak interaction LIGO ALICE Activity report P p colliding beams Quantum chromodynamics HESS Cosmic rays Hydrodynamics Electron Channel cross section upper limit ISM clouds Performance Numerical calculations Monte Carlo ATLAS Neutrino oscillation Background Transverse momentum Methods data analysis Simulation Dark energy Galaxies evolution Galaxies ISM Stars formation Particle Physics Experiments CMS Polarization Sensitivity Heavy ion scattering New physics Quantum chromodynamics perturbation theory Galaxies high-redshift CERN Lab New physics search for Cavity Dark matter Signature Higgs particle hadroproduction Muon Astrophysics Silicon Cosmology Monte Carlo Higher-order 1 Effective field theory Galaxies active Top pair production 13000 GeV-cms Kinematics Parton distribution function Dust