How can we use gravitational lenses to resolve the Hubble Constant debate of the 2010s? Come find out at Prof. Sherry Suyu’s #AAS237 talk!
This bite lays out the Nashville Recommendations, from the Inclusive Astronomy meeting in 2015.
Trying to find the most massive galaxy cluster in the night sky can be hard. Comparing predictions of these masses to observed clusters? Even harder. An insight into the world of Halo Mass Functions and their tail-ends.
In the study of structure formation in the universe, the ‘missing satellite galaxies’ problem is said to be almost solved. Is today’s paper the final nail in the coffin?
In the quest to obtain precise measurements of the Hubble Constant, Type Ia supernoave have been consistently used as optical standard candles. What if near-infrared observations of SNe joined the race?