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Date: 7:30pm Thursday May 12th, 2016
Title: “Seeing the Invisible: Observing the Dark Side of the Universe”
Location: SLAC, Science and User Support Building, Panofsky Auditorium
Five UChicago faculty members are among the 213 national and international scholars, artists, philanthropists and business leaders newly elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences: Profs. Joshua Frieman, Theaster Gates, Ali Hortaçsu, David Nirenberg and Michael Sells.
Scientists studying dark energy are amassing thousands of images of galaxies and exploding stars. Now, they’re finally getting an art show.
Dark Energy Survey data is being used to identify the mysterious object ‘tugging’ on Nasa’s Cassini.
Horizon looks at dark energy – the mysterious force that is unexpectedly causing the universe’s expansion to speed up.
Astronomers are homing in on the whereabouts of a hidden giant planet in our solar system, and could discover the unseen beast in roughly a year.
Science is often visually stunning, but rarely do scientists flaunt the aesthetic qualities of their work.
A photography exhibit on display now at the Fermi Lab Art Gallery isn’t as much a mixing of art and science as much as it’s art that’s the result of science. Brian O’Keefe has the story.
Depois da provável detecção de ondas gravitacionais, anunciadas no último mês de fevereiro, a física pode ter ficado um pouco mais completa. Por outro lado, uma estranha energia, que constitui quase 70% do Universo –e que tem por característica “anular” a gravidade– ainda permanece quase totalmente desconhecida.
Imagine a clear night in the mountains, away from glaring city lights. In the sky, gleaming speckles from distant stars cascade into the bright streams of the Milky Way. Almost everything in sight is part of our home galaxy.