A symposium of Green Bank Telescope/Observatory-associated presentations intended for the AAS Winter meeting will be held on Wednesday February 2 at 2pm EST.
If you have a presentation you’d like to share, please email Green Bank Observatory Post Doc Jesse Bublitz at ude.o1665157181arn@z1665157181tilbu1665157181bj1665157181 by thisFriday January 21 with your name, affiliation, title of your talk, and a brief description (this can be your AAS abstract).
World-wide radio telescope network strengthens evidence for signal that may hint at ultra-low frequency gravitational waves
An international team of astronomers has discovered what could be the early sign of a background signal arising from supermassive black holes, observed through low-frequency gravitational waves. These scientists are comparing data collected from several instruments, including the National Science Foundation’s Green Bank Telescope (GBT.)
Take a FREE self-guided walking tour on site. Hiking and biking are welcome. An observation deck to view the Green Bank Telescope is located in the Jansky Lab parking lot. You can download and print a map for a self guided walking tour here.
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