R Aquarii: Watching a Volatile Stellar Relationship
Streamlining the Search for Black Holes
'Black Hole Police' Discover a Dormant Black Hole Outside of the Milky Way Galaxy
Scientists Explain Mysterious Finger-like Features in Solar Flares
Spacecraft Enters the Sun's Corona for the First Time in History
Astronomers Observe a New Type of Binary Star Long Predicted to Exist
Planetary Remnants around White Dwarf Stars
Mystery Solved: Dust Cloud Led to Betelgeuse's 'Great Dimming'
Astronomers Solve Mystery of How Planetary Nebulae Are Shaped
Scientists Suggest Stellar "Sneeze" as Reason for Betelgeuse's Massive Dimming in Early 2020 and Say It May Be Dimming Again, Roughly 400 Days Early
Gamma-ray Scientists "Dust Off" Intensity Interferometry, Upgrade Technology with Digital Electronics, Larger Telescopes, and Improved Sensitivity
GMACS - Moderate Dispersion Optical Spectrograph for the Giant Magellan Telescope is a powerful optical spectrograph that will unlock the power of the Giant Magellan Telescope for research ranging from the formation of stars and planets to cosmology.
Sensing the Dynamic Universe
The Sensing the Dynamic Universe (SDU) project creates sonified videos exploring the multitude of celestial variables such as stars, supernovae, quasars, gamma ray bursts and more. We sonify lightcurves and spectra, making the astrophysics of variables and transients accessible to the general public, with particular attention to accessibility for those with visual and/or neurological differences.