This two minute video explains what Astrophysics research is done at Bath.
We study exploding stars, growing galaxies and feeding black holes in an expanding Universe.
Bath astrophysics involvement in first-ever science observations with the James Webb Space Telescope coincides with large grant success.
Bath hosts the largest National Astronomy Meeting in the Royal Astronomical Society’s 200-year history.
Bath astrophysicists find the magnetic field in Gamma-Ray Bursts is scrambled after the ejected material crashes into, and shocks, the surrounding medium.
University of Bath astrophysics PhD student Nuria Jordana has won the ‘best poster’ award at a major international conference on astronomy.
Bath space scientists have found a new way to probe the internal structure of neutron stars, giving clues about the makeup of matter at an atomic level.
Detailed observations of molecular gas in a tidal dwarf galaxy have important implications for our understanding of how stars are formed.