“Untangling the Cosmos
, a conference this week organized by the Canadian Institute For Advanced Research, offered a glimpse of the current state of astronomical theory and observation in Canada. If you had questions about the frustrations of using lunchroom microwaves near ultra-sensitive microwave detecting equipment, or about how a huge balloon launched in Antarctica overcame the limitations of ground-based telescopes, then this was the place to be.”
Read Joseph Brean’s National Post review
of presentations by R. Howard Webster Foundation Fellow Victoria Kaspi
, Associate Fellow Lars Bildsten
and McGill University astrophysicist Darryl Haggard.