Cornell postdoc detects possible exoplanet radio emission
Can life survive a star’s death? Webb telescope will explore
A&S dean Ray Jayawardhana awarded Carl Sagan Medal
Astronomers develop ‘decoder’ to gauge exoplanet climate
Long-dead stars can yield clues to life in the cosmos
Researchers use ‘hot Jupiter’ data to mine exoplanet chemistry
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Astronomers find possible hints of gravitational waves
An international team of astronomers – including 17 Cornellians – report they have found the first faint, low-frequency whispers that may be gravitational waves from gigantic, colliding black holes in distant galaxies.
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Smile, wave: Some exoplanets may be able to see us, too
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Founded to find life in the universe
The Carl Sagan Institute was founded in 2015 at Cornell University to find life in the universe and explore other worlds – how they form, evolve and if they could harbor life both inside and outside of our own Solar System.