News

Wisconsin team develops magnetic shield to protect computers and astronauts

A team composed of Elena D'Onghia, Paolo Desiati and Kieran Furlong have developed a new technology based on magnetic fields to protect quantum computers and astronauts from cosmic radiation.

Oct.08.2021 | Continue Reading »

Recognizing Astronomy PhD graduates from the 2020-2021 Academic year

Congratulations to Jacqueline Goldstein, Kendall Hall, Logan Jones, and Julie Davis! We wish them luck in their careers and future projects.

Aug.30.2021 | Continue Reading »

Tracing the mass budget for planet formation

Professor Coco Zhang leads a team that has just been awarded 103 hours of observing time on the ALMA radio telescope, to study planet-forming disks.

Aug.18.2021 | Continue Reading »

NEID instrument passes Operational Readiness Review

On 2 June 2021 the WIYN Telescope’s latest state-of-the-art instrument, the extreme precision radial velocity spectrograph called NEID, passed its Operational Readiness Review with flying colors.

Jun.25.2021 | Continue Reading »

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Events

Magnetic fields and Star formation in The Galactic Disk: A Bubble-Filament Paradigm

Shu-ichiro Inutsuka, (Nagoya University)

Lunch Talk; Oct.26.2021 | Details »

Probing Dynamic Intracluster Medium: Insights from X-ray Surface Brightness Fluctuations

Irina Zhuravleva , University of Chicago

Colloquium; Oct.28.2021 | Details »

How Big are Galactic Winds?

Professor David Rupke, Rhodes College

Colloquium; Nov.04.2021 | Details »

The fate of the merger remnant in GW170817 and its imprint on the jet structure

Ariadna Murguia Berthier, UCSC/CIERA

Colloquium; Nov.11.2021 | Details »

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