UCSC Transients (@ucsctransients )

UCSC Transients

Bio Were the transient astronomy group at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Location Santa Cruz, CA
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Account created 01-02-2017 00:29:11
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Twitter Web App : Prof. Foley is giving a free public lecture, "Cosmic Alchemy: Neutron Stars, Gravitational Waves, and How to Make Gold", tomorrow night (July 20) in San Jose for the San Jose Astronomical Association (San Jose Astronomy). All are welcome! meetup.com/SJ-Astronomy/e…

Twitter Web Client : LIGO EGO-Virgo Since we havent seen it here yet, this is the new, updated map. The area isnt much bigger than the first neutron-star merger, #GW170817 And like that one, it is in the south and only above the horizon for a little over an hour after sunset. Happy hunting! #S190510g

Twitter Web Client : The transient sky keeps giving! Here is a #Swope image of 2018lab (DLT40 discovery) and the newly discovered (by ASAS-SN) 2019eez in the interacting galaxies NGC 2207 and IC 2163. Check out the Hubble image of the pair without the transients: hubblesite.org/image/1627/gal…

Twitter Web Client : Aaron Tohuvavohu LIGOLA) 's Twitter Profile">LIGO Livingston EGO-Virgo) 's Twitter Profile">EGO-Virgo Here is the up-to-date BNS distances for all three detectors: gw-openscience.org/detector_statu… LIGO can see beyond 100 Mpc consistently, but EGO-Virgo) 's Twitter Profile">EGO-Virgo should only be able to see to ~50 Mpc. But we now know that it was sub threshold for Virgo, so that should explain the difference