Ever wondered what science gets done at the South Pole? It turns out that many astrophysics and cosmology experiments end up there!
What can local metal-poor stars teach us about the earliest stars in the universe?
Satellites are proliferating in our low earth orbit. Data from the Steward Observatory characterizes which areas of the sky and which satellite models are the most bright, likely to interfere with astronomical observations.
From the Furthest Galaxies to the Nearest Planet-Forming Disks: Designing an Instrument that Images It All
How do we design astronomical instruments? Let’s talk about it using JWST’s NIRCam!
Particle physicists and astronomers have devised a new technique to observe high-energy neutrinos and have begun taking data with a new telescope.
The spectroscopists don’t want you to know that exoplanet atmospheres are actually three-dimensional! Today’s authors use computational climate models to study how we might be able to directly observe different planetary heating processes.