Evenings With Astronomers

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Evenings with Astronomers: Solving the Mysteries of Dark Matter Dr. James Bullock

The possibility that something unseen but important exists in our universe is an idea that is both eerie and ancient; it reaches back at least 2500 years to the... Read more »

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Evenings with Astronomers: Black Holes, Galaxies and the Evolution of the Universe Dr. Meg Urry

Black holes form in the young Universe and, over the next 13 billion years or so, accrete enormous amounts of matter from the surrounding galaxy. By the present time, a... Read more »

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Evenings with Astronomers: Finding Astronomical Fossils with Keck Dr. Duncan Forbes

Ancient star clusters are the fossils of the astronomical world. They formed at early times in the Universe and many have survived to the present day. New discoveries... Read more »

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Evenings with Astronomers: Breakthroughs in Discerning New Worlds Dr. Heather Knutson

The past decade has marked a period of great progress in our quest to discover and characterize exoplanets, or planets outside of our own solar system. Observations of... Read more »

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Evenings with Astronomers: The Accelerating Universe Dr. Robert Kirshner

Astronomer, author and educator Robert Kirshner is The Clowes Professor of Science at Harvard University and currently a Guggenheim Fellow at the Kavli Institute for... Read more »

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Evenings with Astronomers: Bumps, Booms and Burps Dr. Shrinivas Kulkarni

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Evenings with Astronomers: The Intergalactic Medium and New Opportunities for Science Dr. Chris Martin

Dr. Chris Martin of Caltech explains the ongoing mission to directly observe the vast filaments of gas that connect clusters of galaxies, feed galaxies and create a vast... Read more »

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Our guests tonight are observers from CIT and ANU, using LRIS-ADC and DEIMOS respectively. Sun set 06:31:00pm rise 06:00:00am
Aloha Friday! This is from Bo Bleckel shot from Maine. Where's your shot of the night sky? pic.twitter.com/xyj3SP1j3J
Tonight observers from CIT and UCLA will use LRIS-ADC and DEIMOS. Sun set 06:32:00pm rise 06:00:00am
Galaxy Mergers Defy Expectations to Produce Disk Galaxies - NRAO: Revealing the Hidden Universe bit.ly/Xjn6UO

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