Three SLAC scientists explain what they do to ensure the world's largest digital camera for astronomy is ready for the big time.
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Line intensity mapping measurements taken with a new type of instrument will allow astrophysicists to study galaxies too far away for traditional survey methods.
The reanalysis considered new types of particle collisions and how dark matter particles interact with the Earth. While it didn’t reveal dark matter interactions, it set stricter limits for future detection.
The Advanced Simons Observatory will use the cosmic microwave background to help us understand the evolution of the universe and the many phenomena within it.
Astrophysicist Enrique Lopez-Rodriguez explains the extraordinary new results from the Survey of extragalactric magnetism with the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SALSA) project, which compared magnetic fields from different environments in deep space.
Four questions for Roger Blandford on new evidence of gravitational waves
The first batch of data from the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument is now available for researchers to mine. Taken during the experiment’s “survey validation” phase, the data include distant galaxies and quasars as well as stars in our own Milky Way.
The Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology opens its doors to the public