Applied sciences and engineering/Technology/Telescopes/Space telescopes
The JWST finally opened its golden, infrared eye and gave us a glimpse of our universe in stunning, unprecedented detail.
Chile's Ambassador to the U.S., Ambassador Alfonso Silva spoke with Kim Montgomery, Executive Editor of Science & Diplomacy, on Chile’s science diplomacy initiatives.
The Event Horizon Telescope revealed one of the darkest and most elusive phenomena in the known universe.
A massive computing project that pools the collective power of hundreds of thousands of computers owned by volunteers from 192 different countries to “mine” large data sets has discovered a rare, isolated pulsar with a very low magnetic field, researchers say. This international computing network is known as Einstein@Home and the pulsar it identified, called PSR J2007+2722, represents the volunteer project’s first deep-space discovery.