How does a non-astronomer, experimentalist, non-engineer build an cosmic neutrino detector at the South Pole? Tune into Prof. Francis Halzen’s #AAS240 Bruno Rossi Prize talk to catch a glimpse.
Astronomers around the world are excited about the launch of a new telescope! In today’s bite, read about what that might bring for detections of biosignatures in the atmospheres of exoplanets.
Can fake data help to make real computational gains? In today’s paper, the authors describe using machine learning to boost the resolution of cosmological simulations.
When galaxies fall into galaxy clusters, the consequences can be quite epic. But are they more epic with Self-Interacting Dark Matter? Today’s paper suggests the answer is yes. Bite also available in Dutch / Deze Bite is ook beschikbaar in het Nederlands!
Do you like red (super)giants, neutron stars, supernovae, and/or gravitational waves? Then this bite is for you!