Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
The connection between a galaxy cluster and surrounding dark matter is characterized by the mass of clusters and their formation history.
Exploding star is 200 times more powerful than a typical supernovae
Formed in the first 4 billion years of the universe, cluster is 1,000 times more massive than the Milky Way.
Scientific research into the origin of the universe has been enhanced through a new partnership.
UCSB physicists and colleagues discover strong magnetic fields in the cores of many pulsating stars.
Resolving the gas flow around high redshift quasars.
The newly found 'protoplanet' is 450 light years away, but observing how it collects matter and grows could answer some of the biggest questions concerning how our solar system formed.
An ambitious three-year study dedicated to imaging young Jupiters has already been highly successful.
New XENON1T instrument designed to search for dark matter with unprecedented sensitivity.
Though likely uninhabitable, planet is rocky, Earth-sized, and near enough for study of its atmosphere.