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UW Astronomy Professor Sebastian Heinz and an international team of scientists have detected the largest and brightest X-ray light echo to date and used it to measure the distance to an important neutron star

Jun.23.2015 | Continue Reading »

UW Professor Dares to Stare in Medusa’s Eye

A team of researchers including UW-Madison Professor Jay Gallagher study intense star formation in the Medusa galaxy.

Jun.17.2015 | Continue Reading »

Four Bautz Travel Fellows Selected

Four Astronomy graduate students will present their research at foreign conferences this year, subsidized by the Bautz Fund: John Chisholm, Zach Pace, Ben Tofflemire and Anna Williams.

Jun.04.2015 | Continue Reading »

Brian Babler wins the L&S mid-career academic staff award

Congratulation to Brain Babler for receiving the L&S mid-career academic staff award!

May.06.2015 | Continue Reading »

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New Horizons, the Mission to Pluto

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Space Place; Jul.14.2015 | Details »

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