Month: July 2022

Discovering the Composition of Trans-Neptunian Objects

Observing the farthest reaches of our solar system takes some time — literally. It takes 4.6 hours for light to travel from this extreme range that houses some of the farthest and coldest places in our solar system. Dr. Noemi Pinilla-Alonso, planetary scientist at the Florida Space Institute at the University of Central Florida in …

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UCF Researchers to Conduct Research Using First James Webb Space Telescope Images

With the first images from the telescope released this morning, here is a round-up of the many research projects UCF is working on. By Zenaida Gonzalez Kotala | July 11, 2022 UCF physics graduate student Olga Harrington Pinto counted down the minutes until today. She is one of eight UCF researchers and one alumna who will be …

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