We sit down with Professor Rebekah Dawson, Helen B. Warner Prize winner and plenary speaker at #AAS240 to hear about Hot Jupiters, the unexpected in astrophysics, and the best advice she got in graduate school!
How does a non-astronomer, experimentalist, non-engineer build an cosmic neutrino detector at the South Pole? Tune into Prof. Francis Halzen’s #AAS240 Bruno Rossi Prize talk to catch a glimpse.
Dreaming of planetary systems around other stars? Find out more at Prof. Dressing’s #AAS240 plenary lecture on Wednesday, 15th June!
Think comets are simply just ice and rock? You’ll be surprised at the range of interactions in their atmospheres. Find out more at Prof. Dennis Bodewits’ #AAS240 plenary talk!
We interview Prof. Nicholas Scoville, plenary speaker at #AAS240, about his work measuring the interstellar gas content of galaxies (and his artistic inclinations, too!).
How does astronomy get passed down from generation to generation? Learn about Kepler and the history of astronomy from Dr. William Donahue’s #AAS240 LeRoy E. Doggett Award plenary talk!