We aren’t the only ones with gassy problems…why don’t sub-Saturns accrete enough gas to become full-blown Saturns or Jupiters?
Astronomers can now measure the expansion rate of the universe using gravitational wave signals from binary black hole mergers, a new step forward in the era of precision cosmology.
What’s next in the future of dark matter direct detection experiments? Find out in Dr. Elena Aprile’s plenary talk at #AAS233!
The era of petabyte and exabyte astronomical surveys is rapidly approaching. How will we store all this data and ensure its longevity for future decades of astronomers? Check out Dr. Alex Szalay’s plenary talk at #AAS233 to find out!
The first binary neutron star detection was a true team effort between thousands of scientists. The Fermi Gamma-ray Burst Monitor and its Principal Investigator, Dr. Wilson-Hodge, played a crucial role — check out her plenary talk at #AAS233 to learn more!