BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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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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Scientists from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory published a paper in the journal Nature Physics confirming that “superionic” water exists on Uranus and Neptune.
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Scientists from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory published a paper in the journal Nature Physics confirming that “superionic” water exists on Uranus and Neptune.
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In 2016, Caltech researchers Michael Brown and Konstantin Batygin proposed evidence for the existence of a new planet, and a search for Planet Nine ensued. In February, campus graduate students Michael Medford and Danny Goldstein introduced a novel search technique.
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In 2016, Caltech researchers Michael Brown and Konstantin Batygin proposed evidence for the existence of a new planet, and a search for Planet Nine ensued. In February, campus graduate students Michael Medford and Danny Goldstein introduced a novel search technique.
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A collaborative project between Bryce Dessner, James McAlister, Nico Muhly and Sufjan Stevens, 'Planetarium' is a uniquely visceral embodiment of the unknown.
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A collaborative project between Bryce Dessner, James McAlister, Nico Muhly and Sufjan Stevens, 'Planetarium' is a uniquely visceral embodiment of the unknown.
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The surface of Uranus has been nebulous to astronomers for years, but researchers at UC Berkeley and the University of Wisconsin-Madison have studied the planet’s weather patterns and gained some clarity as to what its surface looks like.
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The surface of Uranus has been nebulous to astronomers for years, but researchers at UC Berkeley and the University of Wisconsin-Madison have studied the planet’s weather patterns and gained some clarity as to what its surface looks like.
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