We stand together to explore the Universe and uncover all of its secrets. From October 25 to 31, it is #BlackInPhysics week. A week dedicated not only to celebrating Black physicists and our contributions to the scientific community, but also to reveal a more complete picture of what a physicist looks like, more information here.


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August 21, 2020

An upcoming NASA mission could find that there are more rogue planets – planets that float in space without orbiting a sun – than there are stars in the Milky Way, a new study theorizes.

August 12, 2020

The primary IT service provider for the Department of Astronomy, and functions as a member of the Arts and Sciences Technology Services (ASCTech) Operations – Support team, providing…

August 11, 2020

This summer, the OSU Department of Astronomy hosted 18 students for the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP). These students conducted astronomy research projects that were performed…

August 11, 2020

Supernovae are some of the brightest objects in the Universe, not only in light but also in neutrinos. In 1987, neutrino experiments got their first sampling of these supernova…