Tim Haines wins prize at “Thin, Thick and Dark Disks” Conference

Graduate student Tim Haines has been awarded a prize from the Institute Franscini and the University of Zurich at the Conference "Thin, Thick and Dark Disks", in Ascona Switzerland, in recognition of the best oral presentation of the Conference.

Aug.03.2017 | Continue Reading »

WHAM Sky Survey: Public Release

The first all-sky kinematic survey of ionized gas in the Milky Way is now available for download to the community.

Mar.17.2017 | Continue Reading »

Filaments and Swirls in a Massive Galaxy

With the help of the Hubble Space Telescope, a team of scientists including Jay Gallagher and Ellen Zweibel have imaged the messy gas in the galaxy NGC 4696.

Dec.07.2016 | Continue Reading »

The Planets: An HD Odyssey Gives Tour of Solar System

The Madison Symphony Orchestra opened their concert season last weekend with Gustav Holst’s masterpiece, “The Planets,” accompanied by a stunning HD film.

Sep.28.2016 | Continue Reading »

Mind the Dust!

Space travel at relativistic speeds has its dangers - just ask our very own Alex Lazarian and Badger alumni Thiem Hoang and Blakesley Burkhart.

Sep.18.2016 | Continue Reading »

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