Arecibo Observatory Science Highlights

* RadioAstron satellite launches – Arecibo will participate in observations
* Astronomers Create First Four-Continent Telescope (EXPRES Press Releases: science + network)
* An Eccentric Binary Millisecond Pulsar in the Galactic plane (Science paper)
* Arecibo Observatory Astronomers Discover First Near-Earth Triple Asteroid Just 7 Million Miles Away (Press Release)
* Peanut-Shaped Comet Likely Formed in Collision.
* George Mason Student Discovers Galaxy.
* Distant Galaxy Contains Ingredients for the Soup of Life.
* Neutron stars can be more massive, while black holes are more rare. (Press Release)
* The Many Streams of the Magellanic Stream
* Arecibo Radio Telescope Finds a Dozen New Millisecond Pulsars.
* New Results Confirm Dark Galaxy Existence.
* Mercury's Core Molten, Radar Study Shows.
* The Multi-Phase ISM in Perseus.
* Asteroids spin at YORP speed, thanks to the effects of sunlight, Cornell and Belfast astronomers discover (Press Release).
* Researchers using Arecibo Telescope discover never-before-seen pulsar blasts in Crab Nebula (Press Release).
* Best Limits Ever on Dipolar Gravitational Wave Emission!
* Catching Gravitational Waves.
* First Millisecond Pulsar Found by P-ALFA!
* Radio OH Observations of 9P/Tempel 1 Before and After Deep Impact (PDF).
* Observations of double asteroid stress Arecibo radar's vital role in identifying threats in Earth's vicinity (Press Release).
* Arecibo and GBT study the Moon's south pole (Press Release).
* The Nuclei of Arp 220 as seen in the most sensitive VLBI images yet!