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UR #24: Milliseconds Per Century: Evolution of RR Lyraes in M15

28 Jul 2020, 14:43 UTC
UR #24: Milliseconds Per Century: Evolution of RR Lyraes in M15
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The undergrad research series is where we feature the research that you’re doing. If you’ve missed the previous installments, you can find them under the “Undergraduate Research” category here.Are you doing an REU this summer? Were you working on an astro research project during this past school year? If you, too, have been working on a project that you want to share, we want to hear from you! Think you’re up to the challenge of describing your research carefully and clearly to a broad audience, in only one paragraph? Then send us a summary of it!You can share what you’re doing by clicking here and using the form provided to submit a brief (fewer than 200 words) write-up of your work. The target audience is one familiar with astrophysics but not necessarily your specific subfield, so write clearly and try to avoid jargon. Feel free to also include either a visual regarding your research or else a photo of yourself.We look forward to hearing from you!************Andrew Hoffman and Yukei MurakamiUniversity of California, BerkeleyAndrew Hoffman and Yukei Murakami are senior undergraduate students at UC Berkeley, both double majoring in Physics and Astrophysics. They conducted this research over the course of a ...

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