Astrophysics requirements
Astrophysics / May 21, 2019

Astrophysics requirements

The Astrophysics major will be elected by students who plan graduate study in astronomy, astrophysics, or a closely related field, and also can be elected by those interested in a wide variety of careers. This major emphasizes the description of the universe and its constituents in terms of physical processes. Potential Astrophysics majors should consult early with…

Top Colleges for Physics
Colleges / May 18, 2019

Top Colleges for Physics

Earning a degree in physics can lead to continuing on to graduate studies in physics or potentially choosing a career related to physics such as engineering, research in laboratories or finance. The top schools that offer a physics program combine collaborative learning, experiential learning and independent research. Students who choose to pursue a degree in physics…

Astrophysics studies
Astrophysics / May 15, 2019

Astrophysics studies

NASA and the community are interested in providing appropriate input to the 2020 Decadal Survey regarding medium-size mission concepts, also referred to as Astrophysics Probe concepts. To this end, NASA is soliciting proposals to conduct mission concept studies for Astrophysics Probe missions. Following peer review of the proposed mission concept studies, NASA will…

What is the best College for Physics?
Colleges / May 12, 2019

What is the best College for Physics?

We continue our “How to Study…” blog series where we share the best tips and techniques for improving your study of different subjects. This blog post focuses on ways to learn Physics. Take a look at out previous articles in this series discussing how to study Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, History and Law. Physics is a subject that often gives students many headaches…

Wisconsin Physics
Study Space / May 9, 2019

Wisconsin Physics

Physics and astronomy has long been a strong department at UW-Eau Claire, with a proven record as a top producer of physics bachelor’s degrees among comparable institutions. In addition, this department is among the national leaders in terms of the percentage of bachelor’s recipients who enter work in the STEM fields within one year of graduation. More importantly…

What does Astronomy study?
Astronomy / May 6, 2019

What does Astronomy study?

Light is the primary subject astronomers study that gives them information about the universe. When light is traveling from an object moving away, it is red-shifted. When an object is traveling toward one, the light it reflects or emits is blue-shifted. By measuring the amount of these light-shifts, astronomers calculate the distance the light traveled and the object…

Physics best universities
Universities / May 3, 2019

Physics best universities

When you re solving problems, working through textbooks, getting into the nitty-gritty details of each topic, it s so easy to lose the forest for the trees and forget why you even became inspired to study physics in the first place. This is where really, really good (and non-speculative) books on physics come in handy: they inspire, they encourage, and they help you…

Astrophysics Education
Astrophysics / April 30, 2019

Astrophysics Education

What s New in SED The Science Education Department (SED) of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics develops curricula and materials that reflect current scientific and educational philosophy. SED staff includes education researchers, scientists, teachers, media specialists (see the Science Media Group s site), and graduate students who collaborate to identify…

Importance of Astrophysics
Astrophysics / April 27, 2019

Importance of Astrophysics

Scientists learn about distant objects by measuring the properties that we can observe directly—by detecting emissions from the objects. The most common measurements are of electromagnetic, extending from, through visible wavelengths to high energy gamma rays. Each time a class of objects has been studied in a new wavelength region, astrophysicists gain insights into…

Ole Miss Physics Lab
Study Space / April 24, 2019

Ole Miss Physics Lab

Laboratory experiments coordinated with lecture topics in Phys 211. 1 Credit Instruction Type(s) Lab: Laboratory for Phys 221 Astronomy and Physics $195.00 when booked for: Spring, Second Spring, May, Full Summer, First Summer, Second Summer, August 2015-16 Fall, First Fall, Second Fall, Winter, Spring, First Spring, Second Spring 2016-17 The policies and regulations…

Space exploration organizations
Space Exploration / April 21, 2019

Space exploration organizations

Space Exploration requires public support. • Public support needs increasing for sustainable Exploration programs. • Several Space NGOs exist, their activities have little impact on public. • Non-Space NGOs have obtained major impact on the public. • Coordination of Space and Non-Space NGOs can improve the impact on the public. Space Exploration is a complex and long-lasting…

Against space exploration
Space Exploration / April 18, 2019

Against space exploration

The Case against Space Like many science-fiction readers of my generation, first captivated in my youth by Robert A. Heinlein s juveniles, I long considered myself an advocate of human space exploration. I attentively followed the American space program in the 1960s, cheered when Spiro Agnew proposed a manned Mars expedition during the Apollo 11 flight, and lamented…

Greenwich Astronomy
Astronomy / April 15, 2019

Greenwich Astronomy

THE BOWMAN OBSERVATORY The Observatory is operated by members of the Astronomical Society of Greenwich on behalf of the Greenwich Board of Education. The Observatory is on the grounds of the Julian Curtiss School, East Elm Street, Greenwich (see map below), and is open to the public free of charge twice a month, and for special celestial events. The Observatory is…

Astrophysics PHD
Astrophysics / April 12, 2019

Astrophysics PHD

Dina Drozdov, Astrophysics PhD Graduate — Women of STEM

Oxford University Astronomy
Universities / April 9, 2019

Oxford University Astronomy

Katherine Blundell is a Professor of Astrophysics at Oxford University and a Research Fellow at St John s College. Prior to this she was one of the Royal Society s University Research Fellows, having been a Research Fellow of the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 and before that a Junior Research Fellow at Balliol College, Oxford. Her awards include a Philip…

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