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  • THE MYSTERIOUS FAST RADIO BURSTS
    Ziggy Pleunis of McGill University in Montreal, Canada, tries to uncover the nature of the so-called fast radio bursts (FRBs). FRBs are transient radio pulses of length ranging from a fraction of a millisecond to a few milliseconds, caused by some high-energy astrophysical process not yet understood.

  • MEET MOXIE: PERSEVERANCE ROVER'S LITTLE DEVICE PRODUCING OXYGEN
    The Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment onboard NASA's Perseverance rover is better known as MOXIE. The tool is designed to produce oxygen from the Martian carbon-dioxide atmosphere.

  • NEW NEPTUNE-SIZED EXOPLANET DISCOVERED
    A team of astronomers, including Diana Dragomir of the University of New Mexico, has recently discovered a new exoplanet orbiting a nearby star. The newfound alien world, designated TOI-1231 b, is Neptune-sized, with a radius nearly four times greater than that of the Earth.

  • THE BILLIONAIRES' SPACE RACE
    The billionaires Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos have recently successfully reached the edge of space. Mehmet S. Tosun of the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno, discusses the impact of these flights on the space economy.

  • CLIMATE CHANGE ON MARS
    William Rapin of the Research Institute in Astrophysics and Planetology (IRAP) in Toulouse, France, sheds more light on climate changes that occured on Mars. By analyzing the data from NASA’s Curiosity rover, he found how climate on the Red Planet alternated between dry and wetter periods, before drying up completely about 3 billion years ago.

  • SEISMICALLY ACTIVE MARS
    The SEIS seismometer package from NASA's Mars InSight lander has collected its first continuous Martian year of data, revealing some surprises among the more than 500 marsquakes detected so far. Savas Ceylan of Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zürich, Switzerland, discusses some of the findings from The Marsquake Service, the part of the InSight ground team that detects marsquakes.

  • BABY BOOM OF NEW STARS
    A simultaneous “baby boom” of new stars has been detected in 36 dwarf galaxies. Charlotte Olsen of Rutgers University–New Brunswick has found that dwarf galaxies far from each other slowed down and then simultaneously accelerated their birth rate of stars.

  • THE ORIGIN OF SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLES
    Supermassive black holes, or SMBHs, are black holes with masses that are several million to billion times the mass of our sun. Hai-Bo Yu from the University of California, Riverside, sheds more light on the origin of these massive and mysterious objects.

  • THE SUN'S TWISTED MAGNETIC FIELD
    Christopher Prior is an Addison-Wheeler fellow in the Mathematical sciences department at Durham University. His general interests lie in mathematical modelling and the mathematical issues on the borderline between geometry and topology. He has a particular interest in physical systems for which the conservation of topology of inter-twined bundles or tubular structures is a key consideration.

  • UNDERSTANDING PLANET FORMATION
    According to a new study led by Anders Johansen, Earth, Venus and Mars were created from small dust particles containing ice and carbon. The discovery opens up the possibility that the Milky Way may be filled with aquatic planets.

  • MEET SUPERCAM: PERSEVERANCE ROVER'S SUPERHERO FOR MARS DISCOVERIES
    The SuperCam on NASA's Perseverance rover examines rocks and soils with a camera, laser and spectrometers to seek organic compounds that could be related to past life on Mars. It can identify the chemical and mineral makeup of targets as small as a pencil point from a distance of more than 20 feet (7 meters).

  • STELLAR X-RAY SUPER-FLARES
    By conducting the largest survey ever of star-forming regions in X-rays, a team of researchers led by Kostantin Getman of the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) has helped outline the link between very powerful flares, or outbursts, from youthful stars, and the impact they could have on planets in orbit.

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THE MYSTERIOUS FAST RADIO BURSTS
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Ziggy Pleunis

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER

MCGILL UNIVERSITY

Ziggy Pleunis is a postdoctoral researcher at the McGill Space Institute of the McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He studies fast radio bursts (FRBs) and pulsars using observations with radio telescopes and (sometimes) the Fermi gamma-ray space telescope. Ziggy is a member of the CHIME/FRB Collaboration and he wrote a PhD thesis on the detection and morphology of FRBs with the CHIME telescope.

THE MYSTERIOUS FAST RADIO BURSTS

Ziggy Pleunis of McGill University in Montreal, Canada, tries to uncover the nature of the so-called fast radio bursts (FRBs). FRBs are transient radio pulses of length ranging from a fraction of a millisecond to a few milliseconds, caused by some high-energy astrophysical process not yet understood.

THE MYSTERIOUS FAST RADIO BURSTS

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Ziggy Pleunis

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER

MCGILL UNIVERSITY

Ziggy Pleunis is a postdoctoral researcher at the McGill Space Institute of the McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He studies fast radio bursts (FRBs) and pulsars using observations with radio telescopes and (sometimes) the Fermi gamma-ray space telescope. Ziggy is a member of the CHIME/FRB Collaboration and he wrote a PhD thesis on the detection and morphology of FRBs with the CHIME telescope.

THE MYSTERIOUS FAST RADIO BURSTS

Ziggy Pleunis of McGill University in Montreal, Canada, tries to uncover the nature of the so-called fast radio bursts (FRBs). FRBs are transient radio pulses of length ranging from a fraction of a millisecond to a few milliseconds, caused by some high-energy astrophysical process not yet understood.

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In this video, we explore the fascinating concept of a Dyson Sphere, a hypothetical megastructure proposed by physicist Freeman Dyson. Imagine harnessing the power of an entire star to meet the energy needs of an advanced civilization! We delve into the science behind this idea, examining whether such a colossal engineering feat could ever be possible.

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The stars above and on Earth aligned as an inspirational message and lyrics from the song “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)” by hip-hop artist Missy Elliott were.  

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