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Techniques developed by ASIAA Adjunct Research Fellow Geoffrey Bower has enabled VLA a breakthrough in Fast Radio Bursts study with "the most accurate location and distance" achieved.2017-01-05
ERG satellite mission in which ASIAA has collaborated with JAXA was launched successfully on December 20th, 2016.2016-12-22
Dr. Geoffrey Bower Found Strong Magnetic Outbursts from a Young Star Hosting a Planet2016-10-19
Associate Research Fellow Dr. Satoki Matsushita and his former summer student found out that the hyperactive galaxy M82 could run out of gas in just 8 million years.2016-08-24
An international team joined by Dr. Ying-Tung Chen has discovered a mysterious object beyond Neptune.2016-08-17
An international team joined by ASIAA Shiang-Yu Wang, Matthew Lehner, Ying-Tung Chen, Mike Alexandersen and Rosemary Pike has discovered a new distant dwarf planet beyond Neptune.2016-07-12
Associate Research Fellow Dr. Michihiro Takami participated in the project for "Hot Jupiter Migration", the results being published in the journal "Nature".2016-06-21
ALMA Reveals Footprints of Baby Planets Imprinted in a Gas Disk2016-05-25
Senior Research Scientist Dr. Youichi Ohyama participated in revealing the ​detailed structure of Galactic Wind using Subaru Telescope2016-02-04
Four GLT members Drs. Keiichi Asada, Geoffrey Bower, Paul Ho, and Makoto Inoue participated in the investigation to reveal magnetic fields at Milky Way’s central black hole using Event Horizon Telescope.2015-12-04
Assistant Research Fellow Dr. Tzu-Ching Chang and Support Scientist Dr. Yu-Wei Liao participated in the project for "Fast Radio Burst", the results being published in the journal "Nature".2015-12-03
"Discovering Dust-Obscured Active Galaxies as They Grow", a new HSC finding Dr. Shiang-Yu Wang co-authored.2015-08-28
New study led by IAA Morata indicates that Brown Dwarfs and Stars share the same formation process.2015-07-24
Virtual Telescope Expands to See Black Holes, ASIAA Joins with H Maser Clock Synchronization Testing.2015-04-22
New discovery revealed that magnetic fields is a crucial force for massive star formation. ASIAA Postdocs Hauyu Liu and Ya-Wen Tang participated in the findings recently published in Nature.2015-04-01
ALMA Revealed Surprisingly Mild Environment around a Supermassive Black Hole. The team member Nanase Harada is now a postdoctoral fellow at ASIAA.2015-02-26
Planet-forming Lifeline Discovered in a Binary Star System2014-10-30
Radio Telescopes Settle Controversy Over Distance to Pleiades2014-09-02
A Measurement of the Kinetic Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Signal Towards Galaxy Cluster MACSJ0717.5+37452013-12-16
Hubble Takes Movies of Space Slinky2013-08-23
Under Leaden Skies: Where Heavy Metal Clouds the Stars2013-08-08
Monster Galaxies Lose Their Appetite With Age2013-08-02
Discovery of a Blue Supergiant Star Born in the Wild2013-04-12
Blobby Old Galaxy Boasts Hidden Arms2012-10-03
Splatters of molten rock signal period of intense asteroid impacts on Earth, raise questions about the source of impactors2012-04-27
Ananda Hota, Chiranjib Konar, Youichi Ohyama and Satoki Matsushita found a Spiral-host Episodic radio galaxy tracing Cluster Accretion (Speca)2011-09-02
Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Li-Jin Huang's GRB optical afterglow follow-up at Lulin contributed to Nature paper: "Relativistic jet activity from the tidal disruption of a star by a massive black hole"2011-09-02
Post Doctoral Research Fellow Masaaki Otsuka and his colleagues find large amounts of dust in the supernova SN 1987A.2011-07-08
ASIAA scientist finds smoking gun for how multiple star systems form2006-12-21
Theory of Comet Formation in Early Solar System Gains Support2006-12-21
SMA Stares Into the Throat of a Cosmic Jet2005-06-22
Concentric arcs in the Cat's Eye Nebula2004-09-29
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