A spectrum of radio frequencies, a spectrum of research — Prof. Sandra Cruz-Pol tells us about her exciting and interdisciplinary work, as well as the importance of diversity to her. Learn more at #AAS236!
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.
Cosmology aims to answer questions about the universe a long, long time ago… but it isn’t just about galaxies far, far away. Come learn what dwarf galaxies can tell us about the early universe from Prof. Dan Weisz’s talk at #AAS235!
“The Milky Way is boring and we already know everything about it!” Amazing—every word of what you just said… is wrong. Come learn the truth at Prof. Jo Bovy’s talk at #AAS235!