Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Upgrades make detectors more sensitive to gravitational waves.
Astrophysicists at KITP will use a supercomputer to explore the driving forces behind mass loss in massive stars.
An international team led by researchers from Tohoku University has found an extremely faint dwarf satellite galaxy of the Milky Way.
KITP’s Greg Huber worked with nuclear physicists to confirm a structural similarity found in both human cells and neutron stars.
"Planet Nine” may be the reason that the solar system’s planets orbit at a six-degree angle with respect to the Sun.
Model describes how dead stars called white dwarfs could detonate.
Latest approval step paves the way for underground experiment’s startup in 2020.
A black hole at the center of a galaxy named NGC 1068 is actually the source of its own dusty torus of dust and gas.
Report highlights the first detection of gravitational waves and the discovery of distant Earth-like planets.
Three studies expand the hunt for unexplained cosmic gamma-ray signals.