An array of dipole antennas in South Africa’s Karoo desert offers the best limit on the power spectrum of the Epoch of Reionization.
I’m spending a month at the South Pole working on a CMB telescope. In this last post, we tour South Pole Station and run a race around the world!
I’m spending a month at the South Pole working on a CMB telescope. In this installment, I measure the telescope’s sidelobes and close up a receiver.
The quest for identifying the dark matter particle is well underway. Today, we discuss the work of the ANTARES collaboration, which is using a neutrino telescope to search for signals of dark matter annihilation in the Sun.
I’m spending a month working on a telescope at the South Pole. In this post, we take a tour of the two observatory buildings hosting Cosmic Microwave Background experiments.
I’m spending the next month working on a telescope at the South Pole. In this first installment, I check out New Zealand and get my Extreme Cold Weather gear!
Can DNA be used to detect dark matter? Guest author Elisa Chisari explains how biology and physics can combine to teach us more about the universe.
Why are there so few X-ray imaging polarimeters? This paper determines the intrinsic sensitivity of stacked imaging detectors to hard X-ray polarization.
A new infrared camera is now flying 41,000 feet above the Earth’s surface!