That was last Monday’s din din. Yep, in that order, too. Two Georgetown cupcakes (strawberry cheesecake and peanut butter fudge) and a delivery order of cheese ravioli (they didn’t have Bolognese). I ate every last bite.
I know what you are thinking. Yes, you should judge. I binged. It was a…
An advanced telescopic imaging system enabled this year is the first of its kind capable of not only spotting planets orbiting other stars, but also analyzing the chemistry of their atmospheres.
In this podcast, join Museum curator and Chair of the Astrophysics Department Ben R. Oppenheimer as he discusses the system, known as Project 1640, and its implications for astrophysics and the future of remote space exploration.