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This month’s undergraduate research post features a student who created N-body simulations of star clusters. Read on to find out what she learned about the clusters’ evolution!
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How can the colors of objects tell you how far away they are? The subject of this month’s undergrad research post tells us about his work determining the colors of quasars.
What are these Sauron-like double-horned profiles? Read this week’s undergrad research feature to find out!
Applications for K12 teachers to participate in the upcoming ComSciCon’14 workshop close soon!