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Mysterious bright flash is a black hole jet pointing straight at Earth

This article originally appeared in the @THEU Earlier this year, astronomers at the Palomar Observatory...

Catching neutrinos in Utah – CERN Courier

This article originally appeared in the CERNCourier   Neutrinos are the least understood of all elementary...

IceCube neutrinos give us first glimpse into the inner depths of an active galaxy

Adapted from a release by the IceCube Collaboration. For the first time, an international team of...

Physics professors named APS fellows

Two professors in the U’s Department of Physics & Astronomy—Christoph Boehme, Professor and Chair of...

Alumnus Profile: Nick Borys

Nick Borys, who received his Ph.D. in Physics from the U, is now Assistant Professor...

U students create new presentations during planetarium internship

This past summer Keegan Benfield, Ethan Lamé, and Christian Norseth, in the U’s Department of...

Physics Dept. hosts NuFact International Workshop at Snowbird

  Professor Carsten Rott and colleagues from the Department of Physics & Astronomy recently hosted...

U astrophysicist Dan Wik is member of team whose proposal has been selected by NASA for further study

NASA has selected four mission proposals submitted to the agency’s Explorers Program for further study....

Boom! A meteor crashes across Utah’s sky

On the morning of Aug. 13, a mysterious BOOM rattled windows and Utahns’ nerves across...

Gail Zasowski: To boldly know what no one has known before

  According to Captain James T. Kirk, space is the final frontier (although oceanographers might have...

U astronomers tackle decade’s biggest questions

The innovative research from U physics and astronomy hit the areas that the national community...

Out with a bang: explosive neutron star merger captured for the first time in millimeter light

In a first for radio astronomy, scientists have detected millimeter-wavelength light from a short-duration gamma-ray...

the Spectrum 2022

Featured: black holes, student awards, research awards, LGBT+ physicists, and more. Read here.

Are scientists about to unveil the mysteries of dark matter?

The Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland, is the world’s largest and most powerful particle...

Ramón Barthelemy

Ramón S. Barthelemy, Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Utah, has...

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