DiRAC Researchers featured in Science Node Eyes to the sky: Vera C. Rubin pipeline facilitates astronomy’s move to big data by August Reed “Stories of the single-handed contributions made by astronomy’s greats conjure images of lone figures leaning over telescopes, peering…Read More
A team led by Dr. James Davenport, analyzed more than 125 years of observations of HS Hydra, and showed how this system has changed dramatically over the course of just a few generations.Read More
Last year, Asteroid Day celebrated their Fifth anniversary, with events in 192 countries. In the next few days, Asteroid Day TV is broadcasting asteroid related programming from Discovery Science, TED, IMAX, BBC, CNN, The European Space Agency (ESA), the European…Read More
The National Science Foundation awarded the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and nine collaborating organizations, including the University of Washington, $2.8 million for a two-year “conceptualization phase” of the Scalable Cyberinfrastructure Institute for Multi-Messenger Astrophysics. As part of SCIMMA, UW researchers will work…Read More
When: December 11, 2018 @ 12:00pm Where: PAB, B305, 3rd floor The Brightest Stars in Kepler and K2 The Kepler mission and its continuation as K2 have revolutionized both the study of exoplanets and of stellar astrophysics, providing high-precision light curves of hundreds…Read More
2011 Nobel Laureate, Dr. Saul Perlmutter
“What We Learn When We Learn the Universe is Accelerating”.
Marks the beginning of commissioning of the next generation time domain survey.Read More