Radio Astronomy

Astronomy NANOGrav Meeting Hosted at UCF

The University of Central Florida (UCF) hosted the semi-annual NANOGrav science meeting and student training workshop from March 2 - 6th. The meeting gave scientists the opportunity to assess their ongoing projects and discuss future work, including their next big release of 15 years worth of data. Read More

Remarkable new observations derived by linking Arecibo Observatory’s 305-meter dish with the Russian RadioAstron Space Radio Telescope have provided results that are causing much head scratching in radio astronomical circles. What used to be a well-understood explanation of the mechanism that generates intense radio signals from tiny and very distant quasar nuclei has now been tested in previously impossible ways. Read More