UC Riverside Astronomers Find Faintest and Most Numerous Galaxies in the Early Universe

Anahita Alavi, a grad student in the Department of Physics and Astronomy working with Prof. Brian Siana, has found a large population of extremely faint galaxies that had an important role in the evolution of the early universe.  The team used the Hubble Space Telescope to take the deepest images ever obtained in the ultraviolet. … Continue reading »

UCR Astronomers Receive NSF Grant to Perform Large Galaxy Survey

Profs. Naveen Reddy, Brian Siana, and Bahram Mobasher (in collaboration with three other co-PIs) have been awarded an NSF grant and 44 nights on the Keck I telescope to conduct a large survey of high redshift galaxies with the new MOSFIRE spectrograph.

UCR Astronomer Measures Extragalactic Background Light

Postdoctoral scholar Alberto Dominguez used the attenuation of gamma-rays from distant quasars to measure the elusive extragalactic background light.

UCR Astronomer Awarded Sloan Research Fellowship

Prof. Naveen Reddy has been awarded a 2013 Sloan Research Fellowship.

Living the Promise: Prof. Gabriela Canalizo

Astronomers discover stars multiplying at shockingly high rate

 Radio interview with Prof. Bahram Mobasher             'The Voice of Russia' longer version of the interview discussing the same discovery

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