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Monday, Jun 11, 2018
by Department of Astrophysical Sciences
On June 1, 2018 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced that IMAP will be its fifth mission in its Solar Terrestrial Probes Programto help study the heliosphere, the bubble-like structure encircling our solar system.
Thursday, May 10, 2018
The Planck team, and its Principal Investigators Nazzareno Mandolesi and Jean-Loup Puget, are the recipients of the 2018 Gruber Cosmology Prize.  The team includes Jo Dunkley, Professor of Astrophysical Scien
Friday, May 4, 2018
The American Astronomical Society's Division on Dynamical Astronomy (DDA) has announced that the 2018 recipient of the Brouwer Award is Professor James M.
Thursday, May 3, 2018
by Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Princeton Research Day 2018 will feature Astrophysics’ Qiana Hunt who will discuss active and dead galaxies (video here) at the one day research event.
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
by Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Research team trio including Assistant Professor of Astrophysical Sciences, Matthew Kunz; Postdoctoral Research Associate, Silvio Sergio Cerri and collaborator; Francesco 
Wednesday, Mar 7, 2018
by Department of Astrophysical Sciences
As part of her Simons Investigator award, and after giving a presentation at the last annual meeting, Professor Eve Ostriker was interviewed by the Simons Foundation about her research.  See the video here https://www.simonsfoundation.org/series/4-minutes-with/  
Thursday, Feb 22, 2018
by Department of Astrophysical Sciences
 
Tuesday, Feb 6, 2018
by Department of Astrophysical Sciences
An article appearing in the New Scientist magazine entitled, “Stars that devour their planets get brighter and faster”
Tuesday, Jan 30, 2018
by Department of Astrophysical Sciences
Joshua Winn, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences, has been awarded a three-year research grant for $380K from the Heising-Simons Foundation for his project titled, “Finding the Shortest Period Planets with TESS”.
Thursday, Jan 11, 2018
by Wendy Plump
A long-standing research collaboration between the Department of Astrophysical Sciences and astronomers in Japan has recently been highlighted in an article written by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.  The full article is available here

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