Where did we come from? Where did we go? Astrochemistry can help answer the first question, at least… Find out more at Prof. Paola Caselli’s talk at #AAS236!
Find out more about the challenges that satellite constellations, like SpaceX’s Starlink, pose to modern astronomy. Hear Prof James Lowenthal’s thoughts at his joint #AAS236 talk (with Prof Sandra Cruz-Pol) on Tuesday 2nd June at 12:40 pm (EDT).
Hear from Jo Dunkley about the future of CMB observations as well as her journey into Academia at #AAS236.
We sit down with Dr. Lisa Kaltenegger, the 236th AAS Meeting’s Fred Kavli Plenary Lecturer to discuss her quest to find life on other planets using the information we know about our own.
Dr. Dara Norman shifts from magnification bias to representation bias in community tools such as white papers and advisory committees. Come learn about how access can fuel a revolution in inclusion at Dr. Norman’s talk at #AAS236.
Learn how observatories in Hawaii are giving high school students the opportunity to work with world class telescopes in today’s Beyond Bite!