Melanie Straight receives 2023 Infinite Mile Award

The Infinite Mile Award recognizes exceptional service to MIT.

New black hole images reveal more detail and a larger ring

The new images show a thicker, fluffy ring and plasma from the central ring, allowing the team to observe a connection between the ring and the base of the jet.

SWIPE NASA mission concept funding awarded

This mission study has been selected by NASA for funding under its Heliophysics Flight Opportunities Studies (H-FOS) program.

Haystack to host NRAO/ALMA Community Day for scientists

This workshop aims to introduce the radio facilities operated by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) to the local science community.

Derghazarian on space weather

Haystack postdoctoral researcher Sevag Derghazarian paper published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics.

Haystack scientists to contribute to major ALMA correlator upgrade

Researchers will be working with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) and the NSF's NRAO.

Great Observatory for Long Wavelengths (GO-LoW) funded by NASA NIAC program

The GO-LoW concept has been granted funding by NASA's NIAC.

Viewing Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) from Massachusetts

How to view a comet (from Massachusetts) in the next few weeks!

Haystack research scientist Aubrey Haschick dies at 73

Scientist Aubrey Haschick passed away in December 2022.

International team of scientists observes innermost structure of quasar jet

An international group of scientists has published new observations of the first quasar ever identified, 3C 273.

SOFIA’s final photon: SIMPLIFI and star formation

SIMPLIFI scientists study the intricate details of star formation.

Haystack-led MOXIE experiment reliably produces oxygen on Mars

MOXIE has successfully produced oxygen on seven experimental runs

First image of Milky Way black hole obtained by Haystack and the EHT

Astronomers at Haystack and the global Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) collaboration captured the first image of the black hole Sagittarius A* in the Milky Way.

Imaging geomagnetic storms in the Earth’s ionosphere—in 3D

A team of researchers led by MIT Haystack Observatory has created a system to image in 3D ionospheric changes during storms.

2022 Tonga volcanic eruption induced global propagation of ionospheric disturbances via Lamb waves

This study provides substantial first evidence of long-duration Lamb wave imprints in the global ionosphere.
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