David Aguilar
(617) 495-7462

Christine Pulliam
(617) 495-7463

pubaffairs@cfa


Press Room - 2004 Press Releases

December 13, 2004
First Mirror Ordered for Giant Magellan Telescope

December 1, 2004
Alien Treasures In Our Backyard

November 10, 2004
Taking a CAT Scan of the Early Universe

October 20, 2004
I, Robotic Telescope

October 4, 2004
Frequent Starbursts Sterilize Center of Milky Way

October 1, 2004
Testing How Well Science Teachers Know What They Teach

September 7, 2004
Galactic Collision Reveals Fate of Milky Way Galaxy

August 31, 2004
Fred Whipple, World-Renowned Harvard and Smithsonian Astronomer, Dies

August 24, 2004
Tiny "David" Telescope Finds "Goliath" Planet

August 12, 2004
Some Globular Clusters May Be Leftovers From Snacking Galaxies

August 9, 2004
One Star's Life Ends With A Ring

July 8, 2004
How To Fail At Being A Star

June 2, 2004
Caught In The Act

June 2, 2004
Monster Lies Camouflaged Inside Nebula's Heart

June 1, 2004
Spitzer Reveals Pinwheel Galaxy's Hidden Wonders

May 31, 2004
The Sources of Solar Hazards In Interplanetary Space

May 31, 2004
Spitzer Reveals What Edwin Hubble Missed

May 26, 2004
Double Stars Emerge As New Heavyweight Champions

May 17, 2004
Charles Alcock Named Director of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

May 12, 2004
Scientists Prepare to Place Einstein on the Rim of a Black Hole

May 3, 2004
Illuminating The "Dark Ages" Of The Universe

April 5, 2004
CfA Scientists Help Test Einstein's Theory

March 18, 2004
Owen Gingerich Awarded 2004 AAS Education Prize

March 17, 2004
VERITAS Moves Ahead

February 25, 2004
Second Star, Not Planet, Explains "Winking Star"

February 25, 2004
Cosmic Dark Ages Lasted For More Than A Billion Years

February 25, 2004
Two Naked-Eye Comets At Once!

February 20, 2004
Seeking New Earths? Look For Dust.

February 13, 2004
This Valentine's Day, Give The Woman Who Has Everything The Galaxy's Largest Diamond

February 12, 2004
Spitzer Space Telescope Photographs a Cosmic Valentine Rose

February 11, 2004
Gravitational Lens Reveals Heart of a Distant Galaxy

January 6, 2004
Lifeless Suns Dominated The Early Universe

January 6, 2004
Storms Of Hot And Cold Gas Rage In Betelgeuse's Turbulent Atmosphere

January 5, 2004
Young Star Caught Speeding

January 5, 2004
Suns Of All Ages Possess Comets, Maybe Planets

Section Photo