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University of Hawaii at Manoa Institute for Astronomy director awarded Schwarzschild Prize
Dr. Rolf-Peter Kudritzki, director of the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy, yesterday received the Karl Schwarzschild Prize for 2009, the most prestigious award bestowed upon an astronomer in Germany, from the Astronomische Gesellschaft at its annual meeting in Potsdam, Germany. (2009-09-23)
Stacking up a clearer picture of the universe
Researchers from the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research have proven a new technique that will provide a clearer picture of the Universe's history and be used with the next generation of radio telescopes such as the Square Kilometre Array. (2013-06-13)
Recreating a slice of the universe
Scientists have invented a new computational approach that can accurately follow the birth and evolution of thousands of galaxies over billions of years. (2012-08-15)
Astronomers find runaway galaxies
We know of about two dozen runaway stars, and have even found one runaway star cluster escaping its galaxy forever. (2015-04-23)
Astronomers uncover a surprising trend in galaxy evolution
A comprehensive study of hundreds of galaxies observed by the Keck telescopes in Hawaii and NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has revealed an unexpected pattern of change that extends back eight billion years, or more than half the age of the universe. (2012-10-19)
UCLA, Ohio State astronomers present the Hercules deep field of distant galaxies, some like our own
UCLA astronomers and colleagues at Ohio State present detailed new images of hundreds of distant galaxies. (2002-01-07)
Stellar birth control in the early universe
An international team of astronomers based at Yale and Leiden University in The Netherlands found that (2006-10-01)
Stripped down: Hubble highlights 2 galaxies that are losing it
A newly released set of images, taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope before the recent Servicing Mission, highlight the ongoing drama in two galaxies in the Virgo Cluster affected by a process known as (2009-09-30)
First of missing primitive stars discovered
Astronomers have discovered a relic from the early universe -- a star that may have been among the second generation of stars to form after the Big Bang. (2010-03-03)
Beyond the Standard Model through 'mini spirals'
Statistical analysis of mini-spiral galaxies shows an unexpected interaction between dark matter and ordinary matter. (2016-12-15)
'Cosmic slot machine' Web site allows citizen scientists to analyze galaxy collisions
A new Web site developed by researchers at George Mason University and Oxford University will give everyone the chance to contribute to science by playing a (2009-11-23)
Galaxy 'hunting' made easy
Astronomers using ESO's Very Large Telescope have discovered in a single pass about a dozen otherwise invisible galaxies halfway across the universe. (2007-09-14)
Quasars may answer how starburst galaxies were extinguished
University of Iowa astronomers have located quasars inside four dusty starburst galaxies. (2017-07-31)
Dense molecular gas disks drive the growth of supermassive black holes
A joint team of University of Tokyo researchers and their collaborators, using ALMA and other telescopes that utilize radio waves for space observation, revealed that dense molecular gas disks a few hundred light years in scale located at the centers of galaxies supply gas to supermassive black holes situated within them. (2016-10-13)
UBC astronomer produces first detailed map of dark matter in a supercluster
For the first time astronomers are able to see indirect evidence of dark matter and how this invisible force impacts on the crowded and violent lives of galaxies. (2008-01-10)
The Milky Way now has a twin (or 2)
Research presented today at the International Astronomical Union General Assembly in Beijing has found the first group of galaxies that is just like ours, a rare sight in the local Universe. (2012-08-22)
The Spitzer photo atlas of galactic 'train wrecks'
Five billion years from now, our Milky Way galaxy will collide with the Andromeda galaxy. (2011-05-25)
Reinterpreting dark matter
Tom Broadhurst, an Ikerbasque researcher at the University of the Basque Country, has participated alongside scientists of the National Taiwan University in a piece of research that explores cold dark matter in depth and proposes new answers about the formation of galaxies and the structure of the universe. (2014-07-02)
Galactic ballet captured by Gemini
A stunning image released by the Gemini Observatory captures the graceful interactions of a galactic ballet, on a stage some 300 million light years away. (2004-09-14)
ANU helps find supercluster of galaxies near Milky Way
The Australian National University is part of an international team of astronomers that found one of the Universe's biggest superclusters of galaxies near the Milky Way. (2016-12-20)
Astronomers discover densest galaxy ever
Imagine the distance between the sun and the star nearest to it -- a star called Alpha Centauri. (2013-09-24)
'Wasteful' galaxies launch heavy elements into surrounding halos and deep space
Galaxies 'waste' large amounts of heavy elements generated by star formation by ejecting them up to a million light years away into their surrounding halos and deep space, according to a new study led by the University of Colorado Boulder. (2016-06-06)
Hubble's ultraviolet views of nearby galaxies yield clues to early universe
Astronomers are using these three Hubble telescope images of nearby galaxies to help tackle the question of why their distant relatives have such odd shapes, appearing markedly different from the typical (2001-01-10)
Astronomers discover 'feeding' mechanism for black holes
Using innovative imaging techniques, astronomers discovered swirling masses of interstellar dust spiraling into the center of nearby galaxies. (2000-03-20)
Dead galaxies in Coma Cluster may be packed with dark matter
Galaxies in a cluster roughly 300 million light years from Earth could contain as much as 100 times more dark matter than visible matter, according to an Australian study. (2015-07-19)
Australian-American duo shows black holes in collision
For the first time, astronomers have produced a convincing mathematical model that offers the strongest support to date for the idea that the black holes merge when their host galaxies do. (2002-08-01)
Old star is 'missing link' in galactic evolution
A newly discovered star outside the Milky Way has yielded important clues about the evolution of our galaxy. (2010-03-03)
First detection of magnetic field in distant galaxy produces a surprise
Using a powerful radio telescope to peer into the early universe, a team of California astronomers has obtained the first direct measurement of a nascent galaxy's magnetic field as it appeared 6.5 billion years ago. (2008-10-01)
Cold Dust In Hot Gas Of Ancient Galaxies
Astronomers have detected the cool infrared signature of dust grains and silicates within superheated gas in the center of ancient elliptical galaxies 60 million light-years from Earth. (1999-01-06)
VLA reveals spectacular 'halos' of spiral galaxies
Using the capabilities of the upgraded VLA, astronomers have found the true extent of 'halos' consisting of cosmic rays and magnetic fields surrounding spiral galaxies. (2015-10-13)
ALMA finds 'monster' starburst galaxies in the early universe
Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope have discovered starburst galaxies earlier in the Universe's history than they were previously thought to have existed. (2013-03-13)
Ultrafast star escapes black hole
At last astronomers have a method to accurately measure the speed of stars within a galaxy containing a black hole. (2006-10-04)
Astronomers find hundreds of young, distant galaxy clusters
Astronomers have found the largest number of the most distant, youngest galaxy clusters yet, a feat that will help them observe the developing universe when it was less than half its current age and still in its formative stages. (2006-06-05)
Mystery deepens around dark core in cosmic collision
Five years ago, San Francisco State researcher Andisheh Mahdavi and his colleagues observed an unexpected dark core at the center of Abell 520, a cosmic (2012-03-02)
Small victims of galactic threesomes can run away
Using publicly available astronomical observational data, Russian astronomers from the Lomonosov Moscow State University revealed, how entire galaxies could be thrown away from their homes. (2015-04-23)
Simulated map of missing satellite galaxies could answer dark matter puzzle
Rochester Institute of Technology scientist is hunting for dark matter and hidden dwarf galaxies. (2015-07-24)
Why the discovery of a bevy of quasars will boost efforts to understand galaxies' origins
Three astrophysicists, including a member of the team that recently announced a huge find of extremely distant quasars, explain how these (2017-03-09)
Puzzle of how spiral galaxies set their arms comes into focus
As the shapes of galaxies go, the spiral disk -- with its characteristic pinwheel profile -- is by far the most pedestrian. (2013-04-02)
New map of the "nearby" universe reveals large-scale structure of galaxies
Astronomers presented a new view of the (2001-06-04)
'Galactic archaeologists' find origin of Milky Way's ancient stars
Many of the Milky Way's ancient stars are remnants of other smaller galaxies torn apart by violent galactic collisions around five billion years ago, according to researchers at Durham University. (2010-06-29)
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