2,712 miles, 3 covid vaccines, 1000 forms, 4 Trader Joes stops later and I have photographed the Karl G….
Radio Astronomy Tells a Cloudy Tale
Galaxies are often surrounded by a halo of hydrogen gas. Over time a galaxy can lose this halo, which…
A True View of Infant Star Clusters
Super Star Clusters (SSCs) are dense clusters of bright young stars. As they evolve their intense radiation can clear…
A Scintillating Description of Why Quasars Twinkle. Or, How We Tried to Break the Very Large Array.
One of the great things about being a radio astronomer is that if you have a good idea, and…
NRAO’s 2020 Astronomy Highlights with Phil Plait
2020 probably won’t go down as anyone’s favorite year, but we still want to celebrate all of the cool (radio) science we did.
From Chile to New Mexico: Sister Cities and Observatories
Antenna climb at the VLA, left to right: Filipe Lizana, Camilla Pérez, Simón Contreras, Sonia Duffau.