Swoboda awarded ONR Young Investigator Program grant

Dr. John Swoboda receives grant from the Office of Naval Research.

Haystack celebrates Herb Weiss and six decades of making history

Founder Herb Weiss speaks at exhibit unveiling.

SpectrumX collective launches the first NSF Spectrum Innovation Initiative Center

MIT Haystack Observatory will be part of the new radio spectrum management and coordination center.

How a sudden stratospheric warming affected the Northern Hemisphere

Haystack scientists and colleagues find a stratospheric warming event over Antarctica linked to anomalies in near-Earth space above North America and Europe.

EHT pinpoints dark heart of the nearest radio galaxy

An international Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration team has now imaged the heart of the nearby radio galaxy Centaurus A in unprecedented detail.

Westford Scout installs historic marker sign

Carter Purple created the sign to inform visitors about the historic MIT Haystack and Millstone radar facilities in Westford.

MOXIE produces oxygen from Mars atmosphere

MOXIE's historic mission to create oxygen from carbon dioxide has succeeded.

Telescopes united in unprecedented observations of famous black hole

Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration scientists release multi-wavelength images showing M87 across the entire electromagnetic spectrum.

Astronomers image magnetic fields at the edge of M87’s black hole

New image of M87 reveals how it looks in polarized light.

Monitoring Arctic sea ice

A network of precision buoys is now tracking sea ice drift, deformation, and fracturing in the Beaufort Sea.

Dhiman Mondal hired as Research Scientist

Mondal has been working as a postdoctoral researcher since 2018.

Paul B. Sebring, first Haystack Observatory director, dies at 102

Founded the Northeast Radio Observatory Corporation (NEROC) and led Haystack Observatory from 1970–1980.

Haystack climate change research: how fast are icebergs melting?

Iceberg melt rates are calculated with precision GPS and improved geometry measurements.

Akiyama: now under “A” in Encyclopedia Britannica

The Encyclopedia Britannica places Akiyama on their list of important young scientists.

Former REU student co-authors research in Journal of Geophysical Research

Goncharenko, Tamburri, et al. published in JGR–Space Physics
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