Outreach extraordinaire, Lawrence Rudnick, employs both radio and x-rays to investigate the dynamics of the intercluster medium. Be sure to read this interview before his plenary talk at #AAS231 on Wednesday!
Science is never done in a vacuum and nobody knows that better than AAS 231 plenary speaker Sara Schechner, who looks at astronomy in the context of history and society.
To unlock the secrets of the (local) universe, Adam Riess observes the brightness of supernovae and Cepheid variables to measure the distance to galaxies far, far away. Read more about his research before his plenary talk at #AAS231 on Tuesday.
Gabriela González studies ripples through space and time. Read more about her research and career before her keynote at #AAS231!
How is the game of science policy played? What’s the art of the trade? How does the sausage get made? Science policy expert David Goldston will give you the rundown at #AAS231.
Professor Lars Bildsten understand the values of change — stellar change, that is. Read more about his research and career before his keynote at #AAS231!