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Hubble Studies Gamma-Ray Burst with the Highest Energy Ever Seen
November 20, 2019
Hubble Studies Gamma-Ray Burst with the Highest Energy Ever Seen
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A Weakened Black Hole Allows Its Galaxy To Awaken
November 18, 2019
A Weakened Black Hole Allows Its Galaxy To Awaken
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NASA's Hubble Captures a Dozen Galaxy Doppelgangers
November 07, 2019
NASA's Hubble Captures a Dozen Galaxy Doppelgangers
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3 Dec 2019
Red and Brown Dwarfs: Understanding our Smallest and Closest (sub)Stellar Neighbors

Speaker: Serge Dieterich (Space Telescope Science Institute) The majority of stars in our galaxy are smaller than our sun and some have diameters as small as Saturn’s. Many small...

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4 Dec 2019
They Came from Outer Space: Comets, Unseen Planets, and 'Oumuamua'

Speaker: Scott Tremaine (IAS, Princeton University) Comets have inspired awe since prehistoric times, but the modern study of comets only began with Halley's successful prediction...

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6 Dec 2019
Reconstructing Life History Before LUCA

Gregory P. Fournier (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Origin of Life studies primarily consist of two sets of inferences:  bottom-up, which infer plausible scenarios of...

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