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Dark Sky Protection: We Are Losing the Universe
From city lights to satellite constellations, the heritage of the night sky is quickly slipping away
16 March 2023
Tracing Dark Matter Across the Spectrum and Across the Cosmos
Two cosmological surveys of the southern sky combine forces to place powerful new constraints on the Standard Model of cosmology.
10 March 2023
Getting to Know our Galactic Neighborhood
Inside the hunt for the Milky Way’s smallest neighbors.
10 Feb. 2023
A glimpse of the first stars that lit up the Universe?
The Gemini North telescope might have captured the first evidence of a first-generation star — and a kind of supernova never seen before.
28 Sept. 2022
GHOST in the machine: Gemini’s powerful spectrograph
A brand new instrument has joined the astronomical armoury at the Gemini South telescope that will study the chemistry of the Universe
20 July 2022
NEID: New hunter of potentially habitable planets
Homing in on Earth-sized planets in the "Goldilocks zone" of other stars, Hot Jupiters, Warm Neptunes and a menagerie of worlds
15 Feb. 2022
How students discovered the early Universe’s brightest gravitationally lensed galaxy
With the help of NOIRLab’s observatories, young researchers have discovered a galaxy that existed just 1.2 billion years after the Big Bang
30 Nov. 2021
Studying Earth’s atmosphere with Andes Lidar Observatory
Why being almost 3000 meters above sea level offers the ideal conditions for getting to know our planet’s climate and predict space weather
13 July 2021
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