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CLASSE stands for Cornell Laboratory for Accelerator-based ScienceS and Education

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The newly assembled Fred Young Submillimeter Telescope (FYST), nearly the size of a five-story building, was unveiled April 4 at an event in Xanten, Germany.
Cornell astronomers Michael Niemack and Lisa Kaltenegger provide insight in to what to expect from the total solar eclipse that will pass through the United States on April 8 this year.
Abby Crites, a cosmologist at the Cornell Laboratory for Accelerator-based ScienceS & Education (CLASSE), who is building telescope cameras to peer at some of the universe’s earliest light ever created, sheds some light on how we can make the most of this celestial phenomenon happening right in our ‘backyard.’

Upcoming Events

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Axion DM from Inflation-driven QPT

General Physics Colloquium and Parratt Lecture, Professor Gretchen Campbell, NIST and University of Maryland, College Park

General Physics Colloquium, Professor Rachel Henderson, Michigan State University