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DEATHSTAR: A System for Confirming Planets and Identifying False-Positive Signals in TESS Data Using Ground-Based Time-Domain Surveys, Gabrielle Ross, UG '27 (E47E8636)

DEATHSTAR is a complete Python pipeline that confirms exoplanet discoveries, and is published under Ross et al. in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society December 2023…

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How string theory can guide our search for dark energy, David Shlivko, GS (2265886)

Over the past century, astronomical observations have taught us that the observable universe—that is, the fabric of space itself—is expanding. For most of the universe's…

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A Review of Photon Rings in Schwarzschild Black Holes, Katarzyna Krzyzanska, UG '22 (2310579)

General relativity predicts that light can enter into orbit around a black hole, producing photon rings. Analyzing images of the photon rings and the accretion disk of a black hole can thus give us a…

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Alden Hunt - 2020 Journalism Senior Colloquium

Alden Hunt '20 presents his certificate project, "Visitors From the Void," during the Program in Journalism's Senior Colloquium. A couple of years ago, a little blip on a…

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Thursday Colloquium, April 23, 2015, "Adaptive Optics Imaging of Extosolar Planets", Professor Bruce MacIntosh, Stanford University

Thursday Colloquium, April 23, 2015, "Adaptive Optics Imaging of Extosolar Planets", Professor Bruce MacIntosh, Stanford University

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