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Advanced Technologies and Instrumentation - News


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The Huan Tran Telescope POLARBEAR seeks cosmic answers in microwave polarization
Released October 21, 2014
News From the Field
measurements of polarization POLARBEAR detects curls in the Universe's oldest light
Released October 20, 2014
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molecular cloud core model Most stars are born in clusters, some leave "home"
Released September 24, 2014
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the VisAO camera and MagAO wavefront sensors Scientists make highest resolution photos ever of the night sky
Released August 21, 2013
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the Magellan Telescope Highest-ever resolution photos of the night sky
Released August 21, 2013
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disk isotopes Solar System's Youth Gives Clues to Planet Search
Released July 24, 2013
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Artist's conception of gravitational lensing NSF-funded Telescopes in Antarctica and Chile Discover Bursts of Star Formation in the Early Universe
Released March 13, 2013
Press Release
image of the star HR 8799 Astronomers Observe Planets Around Another Star Like Never Before
Released March 12, 2013
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Ben R. Oppenheimer at Palomar Observatory Astronomers Conduct First Remote Reconnaissance of Another Solar System
Released March 10, 2013
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star comb 'Star Comb' Joins Quest for Earthlike Planets
Released March 6, 2012
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EDGES a radio spectrometer ASU Astronomer Opens New Window Into Early Universe
Released December 10, 2010
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laser beams creates artificial stars A Breakthrough in Adaptive Optics
Released August 4, 2010
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brown dwarf Brown Dwarf Found Orbiting a Young Sun-like Star
Released July 28, 2010
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An artist's rendition of Altair, a star that spins so quickly it stretches at its equator. Gazing up at the Man in the Star?
Released May 31, 2007
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