MIT scientists present exoplanet data at the 237th American Astronomical Society meeting.
Sebring founded the Northeast Radio Observatory Corporation and led Haystack Observatory from 1970 to 1980.
Findings suggest the first galaxies in the universe were more massive than previously thought.
MIT-led NASA mission finds a multi-planetary system that could be an “ideal laboratory” to study planetary formation and evolution.
Lander to take a leave of absence to assume Cabinet-level post; Zuber to co-chair presidential advisory council.
Associate professor of physics shares the honor with colleague Phillip Mocz for their novel dark matter research.
Pioneer in exoplanet research helped transform the burgeoning field into one of the fastest-growing and most exciting in space science.
Simulations rule out plasmas caused by meteoroid impacts as the source of lunar magnetism, supporting the proposal that the ancient moon generated a core dynamo.
Artemis program will focus on returning humans to the moon.
Identifying primordial ripples would be key to understanding the conditions of the early universe.
The US will provide sensors to be hosted on board regional navigation satellites that Japan is developing.