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APOM AstroSat Picture of the month

A new effort to bring astronomy and people closer

Public Outreach and Education Committee (POEC) of the Astronomical Society of India (ASI), and the AstroSat Training and Outreach Team is all set to...
Heather Crawford and her team of researchers are developing a prototype for an ultrahigh-rate high-purity germanium detector that can count 2 to 5 million gamma rays per second while maintaining high resolution. (Credit: Marilyn Chung/Berkeley Lab)

New detector to count 2 to 5 million gamma rays per second

Heather Crawford, a staff scientist in the Nuclear Science Division at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, along with her colleagues...
Modeling Astronomical Observations

Modeling Astronomical Observations

A new study gives occasion to feel qualms about one once in the past favored clarification for why a plenitude of positrons- the antimatter counterparts...