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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 06, 2023

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UC Berkeley scientists are using or planning to use NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, or JWST, to further research in a range of astronomical phenomena.
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UC Berkeley scientists are using or planning to use NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, or JWST, to further research in a range of astronomical phenomena.
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A team led by UC Berkeley astronomers discovered what may be the first free-floating black hole found in the Milky Way galaxy.
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A team led by UC Berkeley astronomers discovered what may be the first free-floating black hole found in the Milky Way galaxy.
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UC Berkeley astronomers will be among the first to use NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, or JWST.
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UC Berkeley astronomers will be among the first to use NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, or JWST.
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UC Berkeley researchers have detected the orbital motion of an exoplanet discovered in 2013 known as HD 106906 b.
UC Berkeley researchers have detected the orbital motion of an exoplanet discovered in 2013 known as HD 106906 b.
Astronomers compiled a cloud atlas to analyze the compositions of the clouds surrounding exoplanet atmospheres.
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Astronomers compiled a cloud atlas to analyze the compositions of the clouds surrounding exoplanet atmospheres.
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Elwyn Berlekamp, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus in mathematics and electrical engineering and computer sciences, or EECS, died April 9 at his home in Piedmont, California from complications of pulmonary fibrosis. He was 78.
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Elwyn Berlekamp, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus in mathematics and electrical engineering and computer sciences, or EECS, died April 9 at his home in Piedmont, California from complications of pulmonary fibrosis. He was 78.
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A team of UC Berkeley astronomers, along with an undergraduate contributor, analyzed a series of Uranus and Neptune NASA photos released in late 2018, discovering new information about the planets’ atmospheres.
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A team of UC Berkeley astronomers, along with an undergraduate contributor, analyzed a series of Uranus and Neptune NASA photos released in late 2018, discovering new information about the planets’ atmospheres.
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The most distant star ever observed — at a distance of about nine billion light years — was captured using the Hubble Space Telescope by a group of researchers, including members of the UC Berkeley department of astronomy.
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The most distant star ever observed — at a distance of about nine billion light years — was captured using the Hubble Space Telescope by a group of researchers, including members of the UC Berkeley department of astronomy.
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Images taken with the Hubble Space Telescope by UC Berkeley planetary scientist Michael Wong, who led the Outer Planet Atmospheres Legacy program, or OPAL, confirmed the existence of a dark vortex in Neptune’s atmosphere.
Images taken with the Hubble Space Telescope by UC Berkeley planetary scientist Michael Wong, who led the Outer Planet Atmospheres Legacy program, or OPAL, confirmed the existence of a dark vortex in Neptune’s atmosphere.
A team of astronomers from UC Berkeley and other institutions, in their quest to reduce uncertainty about the expansion rate of the universe, has uncovered evidence that the universe is expanding faster than previously predicted.
A team of astronomers from UC Berkeley and other institutions, in their quest to reduce uncertainty about the expansion rate of the universe, has uncovered evidence that the universe is expanding faster than previously predicted.