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On Wednesday, the Astronomy Department colloquium featured Rachel Somerville, who spoke on the investigation into the early days of the Universe using the James Webb Space Telescope.

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On Wednesday, Staff Writer Yacob Melman attended the weekly Astronomy Department colloquium, featuring a talk by Keith Hawkins on finding the origins of stars and galaxies.

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Stressed by midterms? Having a bad day? It always helps to think about how tiny we truly are in this gigantic universe, and how we humans (and our problems) are really just an insignificant part of a cosmic order. Last night, Bwogger Alex Tang attended Columbia Astronomy Department’s lecture: “Black Hole Duet – Hearing the […]

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Tbt that time during NSOP Bwog cracked their phone screen into one million pieces and had to go to Apple Store. Yesterday a man brandished a samurai sword at the flagship Fifth Avenue Apple location. Glad we weren’t there! (NBC) Today in Malaysia (part of a 10 day tour of Turkey and Asia), Obama promised […]

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