Prof. Phil Hopkins studies the formation of the many components of our universe — from galaxies and supermassive black holes to stars and planets.
Prof. Wendy Freedman’s work focuses on a parameter that lies at the heart of cosmology — the Hubble constant.
Light pollution is a concern for many astronomy enthusiasts and stargazers, but for Prof. Martin Aubé its effects are a lifelong investigation.
Just the mention of asteroid bombardment is frightening to most, but for Dr. Bottke it is all fun and games.
“Stars are the atoms of the universe,” according to Prof. Chris McKee, who studies the formation of these important cosmic building blocks.