In the era of extremely large telescopes, let’s take look at the opposite end: the extremely little telescopes. KELT, or the Kilodegree Extremely Little Telescope, is one of them.
Preliminary results from a new survey looking for ultra-bright galaxies in the early universe.
The XXL Survey is here as the rightful successor to the XMM-Newton survey that gave us a unique and extravagant look into the high-energy universe. Here, we look at some of the observations that the XXL has to offer!
We’re attempting to map the universe in fine detail at its largest scales in 3D. Meet the astrophysical rouges that seek to upend our goal, and the tools we need to weed them out.
Everyscope: Opening a new window into time-resolved astronomy.
A mysterious Fast Radio Burst (FRB) from beyond the galaxy has been detected at Arecibo. This is the first FRB discovered outside of Parkes Observatory, giving greater credence to the astronomical nature of these signals.