astrophysicist

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an astronomer who studies the physical properties of celestial bodies

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In statements to the Cyprus News Agency, the organiser of the conference astrophysicist Dimitris Stamatellos from the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, said that the scientific community is very much interested in the creation of the planets both of our solar system and beyond that.
Playwright Siobhan Nicholas explains: "I became interested in astronomy when I stumbled across a quote from an astrophysicist called Jocelyn Bell Burnell, who said "We are all made of star stuff".
Gulf News spoke astrophysicists who said it is a historical event that will affect the Arab world as a whole.
The Canary Islands confirms its place as THE location of choice for astrophysicists worldwide thanks to its advantageous geographical location and the astrophysical observation and research conducted there
An international team of astrophysicists has released an unprecedented map of the entire sky that charts the magnetic field shaping the Milky Way galaxy and helps in our understanding of the birth of the universe.
The discovery aroused great interest among astrophysicists, in particular those involved in the century-long search for gravitational waves.
Whenever the universe flinches, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson fields a barrage of calls from national media for comment.
Astrophysicists think hydrogen and helium were forged primarily in the "Big Bang"--the gigantic explosion thought to have formed the universe 10 to 20 billion years ago.
Even astrophysicists are stopped for "driving while black.
Astrophysicists at Bell Labs, the research and development arm of Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU), have detected the long-sought large-scale distribution of an invisible form of matter that pervades the universe.
Washington, June 15 ( ANI ): Astrophysicists have detected a star of low luminosity, which within a matter of moments gave off a flare so strong that it became almost 15 times brighter.
The search for these two elements is the fundamental task facing astrophysicists today, writes Hooper, a theoretical astrophysicist.
Astrophysicists from the California Institute of Technology enlisted help from San Fernando Middle School students Wednesday in the tracking of cosmic rays - an ambitious quest to further unravel mysteries of the universe.
One of only 12 African American astrophysicists in the world, McGruder's latest project involves tracing the influence of celestial high-level radiation on the earth's atmosphere, specifically the ionosphere.
However, in another model, astrophysicists Matija Cuk and Sarah Stewart of Harvard University postulate that that a smaller impactor could still create the same effect if Earth was rotating much faster billions of years ago.
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