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Briley Lewis

Astronomy and Astrophysics

University of California, Los Angeles

Briley has authored 3 articles

The first ever image of a black hole's swirling magnetic field is released

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The Event Horizon Telescope has taken a new image of black hole M87, revealing its magnetic field

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How dark is outer space? The New Horizons spacecraft is helping astronomers find out

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Measurements from beyond Pluto shed light on the "fossil record" of our universe

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NASA's Perseverance Rover has landed on Mars

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NASA's latest Mars rover and its partner helicopter Ingenuity have touched down safely

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NASA's Ingenuity helicopter achieves the first flight on another planet

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30 seconds of flight on Mars is a universe-wide first

Uranus emits extra x-rays, and scientists don't know why

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They could be just reflections, or Uranus could have its own version of the Northern Lights

Space travel is now open to the public

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SpaceX's Inspiration4 has picked two new astronauts and will be launching September 2021

A new tweak to an old model explains the existence of primordial black holes

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Black holes formed in the early universe could be linked to dark matter

The Perseverance rover sends back the first photos and sounds from Mars

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The rover's landing was captured in an incredible video

#BlackInAstro founder Ashley Walker is fighting for equality in the space sciences

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Just three percent of undergraduate physics degrees are awarded to Black students. Walker aims to change that (and a lot more!)

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Elon Musk's climate change prize is empty and worthless

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Those who control vast sums of money could easily fund real changes and simply choose not to

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Is dark matter just made of "antimatter nuggets"?

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New research asks how the world would look if chunks of antimatter collided with people, rocks, and stars

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