Anna Voelker, a science communication and accessibility major, is one of two Ohio State graduating seniors awarded this year’s President’s Prize for her work toward making astronomy more accessible to individuals with disabilities.
Paul Sutter is an astrophysicist who, in addition to studying things like cosmic voids and galaxy clusters, enjoys helping those of us who aren’t astrophysicists understand how the universe works.
By all accounts, black holes should not exist, and for a long time, they were shrugged off as mere mathematical artifacts — an annoying bug in the otherwise elegant machinery of general relativity.
Researchers from the Dark Energy Survey, headed by physics professor Klaus Honscheid, have reached a new milestone mapping the growth of the universe from its infancy to present day.
We have complete freedom of movement within space, but we cannot avoid our future. Time seems to have an "arrow," whereas the spatial dimensions are ambidextrous. Given the unity between time and space, it leads to the obvious question: Is time travel, of any sort, possible?
The solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21 will be the first to travel coast to coast across the continental United States since 1918. Ohio State astronomers will be spread all along the path of totality, sharing their experiences as the eclipse passes.