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Spotlight on Astronomy
Mystery cosmic radio bursts pinpointed

Mystery cosmic radio...

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.     Read more ›

Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight

T. K. Daisy Leung, a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy

Research Highlight

Research Highlight

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"

Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight

Sean Marshall, a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy

Graduate Studies

Graduate Studies

Third Year Grad Students...

Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight

Paul Corlies, a graduate student in the Department of Astronomy

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Featured Event
What molecular gas teaches us about AGN feedback

Jan. 25

Katherine Alatalo  (Carnegie Observatories)

Fact of the Day

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 ...