Ever wondered what is the upper limit to massives stars’ luminosities? Or are you curious about how to become a successful woman in astronomy? Find out reading the AAS238 interview with Dr. Roberta Humphreys!
Ever wondered what role turbulence and other aspects of fluid dynamics play in the formation of stars in galaxies? Find out at Dr. Burkhart’s #AAS238 Annie Jump Cannon Prize lecture on Tuesday, 8th June!
You know ices are cold, but do you know just how cool they are? Hear all about it at Dr. Jenny Bernger’s LAD Dissertation Prize lecture at #AAS238!
Is the Milky Way special? Or, as Dr. Marla Geha would like to know, are the satellite galaxies around the Milky Way special? Learn more at Dr. Geha’s #AAS238 plenary talk!
What actions do physics & astronomy departments need to take to help African American students thrive and feel like they belong? Find out at Dr. Dobbins’ #AAS238 plenary talk on Monday, 7th June!
What do chemistry labs, aliens, and molecular building blocks have in common? Learn all about it at Dr. Karin Öberg’s LAD Plenary lecture at #AAS238!