Astrophysics News

12/09/2008

Lights, Camera, Render: Visualizing the Universe

Within a red plume of hydrogen gas a brilliant white spot forms. The spot expands and quickly explodes into an orange and red cloud. 

11/12/2008

President Bush Honors U.S. Recipients of the 2008 Kavli Prize

President George W. Bush and his Science Advisor, Dr. John Marburger honored the first U.S. recipients of the Kavli Prize.

09/15/2008

KIPAC Director Blandford to Chair NAS Decadal Survey

KIPAC Director Roger Blandford will chair the next National Academy of Sciences decadal survey of astronomy and astrophysics, Astro2010.

09/09/2008

Inaugural Kavli Laureates Honored In Oslo Ceremony

In a ceremony at Oslo Concert Hall, seven pioneering researchers were honored as the first Kavli Prize laureates.

08/27/2008

A Clash of Clusters Provides New Clue to Dark Matter

A powerful collision of galaxy clusters has been captured by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and Chandra X-ray Observatory. 

08/26/2008

GLAST Observatory Renamed for Fermi, Reveals Entire Gamma-Ray Sky
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and NASA announced today that the Gamma-Ray Large Area Space Telescope (GLAST) has revealed its first all-sky map in gamma rays.

08/26/2008

Inaugural Kavli Prize Ceremony and Symposia: September 8-11
The inaugural year of The Kavli Prize will be celebrated in Norway with a special ceremony that features H.R.H. Crown Prince Haakon Magnus presenting the prize to the seven Kavli laureates.

07/08/2008

MIT reports finer lines for microchips

Lithographic technology, used in the manufacture of computer chips and other electronic devices, to make finer patterns of lines over larger areas than have been possible with other methods.

06/27/2008

GLAST - Watcher of the Skies: Observations by KIPAC DIrector Roger Blandford

After its launch into orbit, KIPAC Director Roger Blandford discusses the importance and expectations of the Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope.

06/17/2008

Looking for New Light: How Researchers at KIPAC are Trying to Shed Light on Asteroids

Researchers now report that they can use this gamma ray radiation to infer the number of small asteroids in different groups of small solar system bodies.

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