Jan 12 - An international group of astronomers has found that the
Cornell-discovered fast radio burst FRB 121102 – a brief, gigantic pulse
of radio waves from 3 billion light years away – passes through a veil
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Cornell astronomers, Alex Hayes and Paul Corlies, have created a new global topographic map of Saturn’s moon Titan that has opened new windows into understanding its liquid flows and terrain.
Perseverance Valley holds rocks carved by sand blowing uphill from the crater floor, and wind might also be the key in sorting larger particles into rows parallel to the slope.
A group led by Yu-Cian Hong (Cornell) recently ran simulations to test the relationship between newly forming planets and their moons.
FRB 121102, a fast radio burst discovered by Cornell astronomers.
Astronomer Lisa Kaltenegger speaks about the search for faraway worlds and signatures of life.
Fact #3: Traveling Time
Traveling at the speed of light it would still take you over 4 years to reach the Sun’s nearest neighbour star.
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