What: Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano has been erupting and displaying explosive activity for more than two weeks. In one of the most recent eruptions, 1,100°C (2000°F) lava was seen gushing from multiple fissures, sending sulfur dioxide, methane gas and flames into the…
Find Out More about the Recent Findings into the Origins of Gold
Watch Duncan Brown, the Charles Brightman Endowed Professor of Physics, discuss the latest findings.
The Martin A. Pomerantz ’37 Professor of Physics, Peter Saulson reflects on the importance of the latest discovery of these so-called “ripples in spacetime,” and what it means for the future of gravitational-wave astronomy.
Stefan Ballmer, associate professor of physics in the College of Arts and Sciences, is one of the Syracuse physicists on the LIGO team that has made groundbreaking discoveries on gravitational waves. He talks about his work and what this latest discovery means for the future study of the universe.