Great feature article about PhD student Natalie Jones in EOS, which is the news magazine of the American Geophysical Union.
NAU Astronomy & Planetary Science In the News
Many people have rafted through the Grand Canyon. How many have done it with a string quartet? David Koerner has. An emeritus professor of astronomy, Koerner also is finishing a graduate certificate in piano performance and has a master’s degree in instrumental performance for the viola. He’s combining his two loves with his new appointment: astronomer in residence at the Grand Canyon.
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After spending a weekend in Roswell, New Mexico, to watch the solar eclipse—and pay a visit to the UFO Museum—Gavin Moriarty, president of NAU’s Astronomy Club, weighed in on alien life, a staple of scary stories. Is the research pointing more toward ET, Independence Day or Coneheads?
Read the full story by Heidi Toth at The NAU Review.
Free of Earth’s atmosphere, these telescopes capture images in vivid detail and see deep into space. For most people, the telescopes offer views they could previously only imagine. For astronomers like Ana Morgan, these telescopes are tools to make measurements that Earth-based telescopes might miss.
Read the full story at NAU Stories.
A contingent of NAU folk went to Roswell, New Mexico for the Annular Eclipse of Oct. 14th.
Mary Lara (NAU Space Grant AIMER coordinator), Ed Anderson and his wife, Margie McCullough, arrived a couple of days ahead of time and worked with the 3rd – 5th grade classes at Del Norte Elementary School. The… Read more
The Pine Magazine of the NAU Foundation, Fall 2023 Edition, spotlights “NAU professors, students and researchers [that] are working to answer important questions about Life on Earth … and possibly beyond.“