May 2 - A new neighbor of the Milky Way in the constellation Leo,
has been discovered with the Arecibo telescope through its radio emission by
the ALFALFA survey, led by Professors Riccardo Giovanelli and Martha Haynes. Read more ›
Denise Schmitz (REU summer '12), Luke Leisman (2nd year), Manolis Papastergis (6th year), Greg Hallenbeck (5th year), Mike Jones (2nd year), Betsey Adams (6th year).
Graduate student, Dustin Madison, writes about The Benefits of VLBI Astrometry to Pulsar Timing Array Searches for Gravitational Radiation
Graduate student, Shan Huang, asks "What types of galaxies are seen in HI?"
Jason Hofgartner, a graduate student in planetary science
Betsey Adams, a graduate student in extra-galactic astronomy
Fact #4: Fuel for Thought
The Sun burns 600 million tons of Hydrogen every second.
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