The novae hunters
For UAA senior Angela Cook and junior Hannah Crayton, their undergraduate research recently took them to Kitt Peak National Observatory in Tucson, Arizona, to search for the elusive supernovae in a galaxy far, far away.
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What does the underside of sea ice look like? Until recently, no one needed to know. But with oil drilling on the rise in Alaska, the threat of spills has increased. UAA engineers explored beneath the ice to prepare for a potential spill.