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Hot out there

Why fewer stars are born

March 23, 2016
Evidence suggests radiation, winds from quasars significantly slowed star formation
Wave Hunters

Wave hunters

Spring 2016
Johns Hopkins astrophysicists seek to find out what happened after the Big Bang / Johns Hopkins Magazine
What a blast

A galaxy far, far away

December 18, 2015
Spectrographic telescope could yield clues about how galaxies grow

Black hole devours star

November 26, 2015
JHU scientist leads international team in observing black hole swallowing star, ejecting flare moving at nearly the speed of light

JHU cosmologist honored

October 1, 2015
Alex Szalay receives IEEE Computer Society Sidney Fernbach Award
CLASS trip

Moving toward 'first light'

September 30, 2015
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High-powered JHU telescope, designed to explore early universe, prepares to relocate to Chile

Bennett wins physics honor

May 13, 2015
Tomassoni Chisesi Prize recognizes leadership in two experiments that reshaped our view of the universe
Star bright

Split supernova images

March 11, 2015
Research team lead by JHU astronomer uses Hubble to view light from distant exploding star

Astrophysicist shares honor

January 16, 2015
Marc Kamionkowski receives Dannie Heineman Prize for his scientific contributions to our understanding of the universe
Milky Way rays

Space molecule mystery

January 8, 2015
Analysis of light of hundreds of thousands of space objects yields clues about century-old celestial puzzle