For the first time, astronomers have seen a dying star collapse directly into a black hole. The fizzle of this star — about 25 times more massive than our Sun — could explain why astronomers rarely see massive stars explode.
From uncovering how illnesses work to studying the births and deaths of massive stars, the women in STEM in the College of Arts and Sciences continue to be an influential presence in the Ohio State community.
The Spaceman himself, Paul Sutter, CCAPP Outreach Coordinator and COSI chief science officer, records the pilot for “Space Radio,” a new show on WCBE, Thursday, May 18 at 4 p.m. Be part of the conversation.
Clark Spencer Larsen, distinguished professor of social and behavioral sciences; professor and chair, Department of Anthropology, and David Weinberg, distinguished professor of mathematical and physical sciences; the Henry L.
Physics faculty member John Beacom interviewed the television stars of "Mythbusters," Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, on stage at the Ohio Union in front of a sellout crowd of 1,100 people. The Mythbusters show, which ran on the Discovery Channel for 15 seasons, applied scie