The undergraduate research series has been revived! This month’s post features research on neutrinos from failed supernovae and compact-object mergers, as well as research on magnetic fields in the intracluster medium.
This month’s undergrad research post is all about X-rays. Read on to learn more about studying the X-ray counterpart to a radio pulsar, and examining the evolution of galaxies using X-ray emission.
This month’s undergrad research installment features modeling of galaxy redshift distribution and a study of oscillations in the solar corona.
Read about star clusters in M51 and shock-heated gas around galaxy groups and clusters in this third installment to our undergraduate research series.
Here’s the second installment in our series featuring undergraduate research!
A couple of weeks ago we put out a call for descriptions of research being done by undergraduates, and we got a great response! Today we’re publishing the first installment.