Jan 4 - "I don't exaggerate when I say there are more theories for what these
could be than there are observed bursts," first author of the new
study, Shami Chatterjee, told the BBC's Science in Action programme.
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T. K. Daisy Leung, a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy
Graduate Student, T. K. Daisy Leung, talks about her recent paper:
"A Massive Molecular Gas Reservoir in the z=2.221 Type-2 Quasar Host Galaxy SMMJ0939+8315 lensed by the Radio Galaxy 3C220.3"
Sean Marshall, a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy
Third Year Grad Students...
Paul Corlies, a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy
Katherine Alatalo (Carnegie Observatories)
Fact #1: Saturn's Rings
Saturn's rings are arguably the flattest structure known to man, being some 300,000 km end-to-end but with a vertical thickness of about ...
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