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A ripple, a flash, and a bang. The holy grail of multi-messenger astronomy as been discovered — a binary neutron star merger captured in gravitational waves and light!
Current grad students: Are you passionate about sharing the latest research in astronomy and astrophysics? Do you enjoy writing? Come join our team, we are looking for new authors! Apply by November 15th.
We report on Day 4 of the summer AAS meeting in Austin, TX. Highlights include an overview of space weather, a summary of the growth of astronomy education in Chile, and a look at the outcomes from Hack Day.
We report on Day 3 of the summer AAS meeting in Austin, TX. Highlights include the discovery of a white dwarf lens, a look at data visualization, and the answer to the question “why is CANDELS spelled wrong?”