Cosmic Matters

Cosmic Matters

Keck Observatory’s Adaptive Optics featured on NPR

Jun. 24, 2013 by Joe Palca — For Sharpest Views, Scope The Sky With Quick-Change Mirrors"It used to be that if astronomers wanted to get rid of the blurring effects of the atmosphere, they had to... Read more »

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Behind the Lens: An Interview with Dr. Mike Liu

In anticipation of Keck Week's Science Meeting, we spent some time with one of the presenters, Dr. Michael Liu to find out what it was like to be an astronomer.What is it like to be “behind the... Read more »

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Polynesian Paradox

Tropical trade winds kissing swaying palms, fruity mai tais adorned with orchids, and azure waves rhythmically lapping against powder white sand beaches…These are all images that come to mind when... Read more »

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Keck captures most detailed images of Uranus ever obtained from Earth

These two images of Uranus are composites of 117 images from 25 July 2012 (left) and 118 images from 26 July 2012 (right), all obtained with the near-infrared NIRC2 camera on the Keck II telescope.... Read more »

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Exploring New Worlds

UC Berkeley planet hunter Geoff Marcy watches the sun set from the Keck telescopes on Mauna Kea. Credit: WMKO. Geoff Marcy, an astronomer at UC Berkeley, began searching for worlds beyond our Solar... Read more »

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Einstein Ring! Keck Observatory Helps Offer Best View Yet of Merging Galaxies in Distant Universe bit.ly/XTpYc6
Keck Observatory and other telescopes view merging galaxies through a gravitational lens! bit.ly/1ASIpLO pic.twitter.com/BtlYVdm0s1
SCIENCE NEWS: Keck Observatory Gives Astronomers First Glimpse of Monster Galaxy Formation bit.ly/1ARZOUR pic.twitter.com/SUPHNKaYJf
Our guests tonight are observers from CIT and CIT, using LRIS-ADC and DEIMOS respectively. Sun set 06:52:00pm rise 05:55:00am
Tonight observers from CIT and CIT will use HIRESR and DEIMOS. Sun set 06:53:00pm rise 05:55:00am

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