(SRG) orbital X-ray observatory and its associated institutions
and industrial partners received the 2021 Marcel Grossmann
Institutional Award. The international collaboration is cited for
the following achievements:
Seiberg, 64, still does a lot of the electrical work and even
some of the plumbing around his house in Princeton, New Jersey.
It’s an interest he developed as a kid growing up in Israel,
where he tinkered with his car and built a radio.
The most accurate distance measurement yet of ultra-diffuse galaxy (UDG) NGC1052-DF2 (DF2) confirms beyond any shadow of a doubt that it is lacking in dark matter. The newly measured distance of 22.1 +/-1.2 megaparsecs was obtained by an international team of researchers led by Zili Shen and Pieter van Dokkum of Yale University and Shany Danieli, a NASA Hubble Fellow at the Institute.
"Over the past century, quantum field theory has proved to be
the single most sweeping and successful physical theory ever
invented. It is an umbrella term that encompasses many specific
quantum field theories — the way “shape” covers
The Gruber Foundation and International Astronomical Union (IAU)
has announced that Matias Zaldarriaga,
Richard Black Professor in the School of Natural Sciences, is a
recipient of the 2021 Gruber Cosmology Prize. Zaldarriaga shares
the honor with M...
"Sgr A*, the 4.6-million-solar-mass black hole that lies at the
center of the Milky Way, is normally a fairly quiet beast. The
black hole slowly feeds on accreting material in the galactic
center — but this food source is sparse, and Sgr