High velocity ‘Smith Cloud’ contains chemical fingerprint of the Milky Way.
Using an orbiting radio-astronomy satellite combined with 15 ground-based radio telescopes, astronomers have made the highest-resolution, or most-detailed, astronomical image yet.
NRAO astronomer awarded AAS Biesbroeck Prize.
Distant obscured quasar so chaotic that host galaxy is ripping itself apart.
A detailed study of young stars and their surroundings has produced dramatic new evidence about how multiple-star systems form and how the dusty disks that are the raw material for planets grow around young stars.
Using new images that show unprecedented detail, scientists have found that material rotating around a very young protostar probably has dragged in and twisted magnetic fields from the larger area surrounding the star.
Radar imagery of asteroid 1998 WT24 obtained by NASA’s Goldstone Solar System Radar and the GBT.
ALMA observations find compelling evidence of planets in formation.
Applications to become 2016 ACEAP ambassador are being accepted now.
Astronomers have made a significant step toward confirming a proposed explanation for how solar flares accelerate charged particles to speeds nearly that of light.