In today’s post, we interviewed Dr. Ann-Marie Madigan, an Assistant Professor at CU Boulder about her accomplishments & her journey in astronomy.
Taking chilly planets’ temperature with infrared telescopes will show us whether they warm their hands by a galactic dark matter furnace.
Have you ever wondered where gold comes from? What if it came from the bits of neutron star flesh that dribbled out from a black hole’s maw as it ate the neutron star alive?
Today’s authors use orbital measurements to dynamically “weigh” a group of galaxies. Read on to learn about this method and how the Centaurus A group may be missing some matter!
Can fake data help to make real computational gains? In today’s paper, the authors describe using machine learning to boost the resolution of cosmological simulations.
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, discover how Lucia Volkova has been working with PICO to improve bubble chambers, one possible way to detect dark matter.