The Young Astronomers Newsletter
By Bob Patsiga
In this month’s edition of the newsletter Bob discusses:
- Updates on the New Horizons mission.
- How measurements of neutrinos during a Supernova will be used to follow the progress of the event.
- How we are getting better at detecting Dark Matter and how it’s helping shape galaxies.
- How X-ray bursts are being used to determine the size of stars that are being devoured by Black Holes.
- How orbital patterns and angle of rotation effect seasons.
- This year is the centennial year of operation of the Hooker telescope at Mount Wilson.
- Astronomical May birthdays.
- Celestial happenings and sightings in May.
- Orbital terms word search.