The CHARA Array is seeking applicants for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to work on adding a seventh mobile telescope to the Array.
After narrowly surviving a massive wildfire, the CHARA Array will soon be an even more powerful instrument for observing the stars.
Evacuations orders are issued for Mount Wilson Observatory as a result of the Bobcat Fire.
Dr. Theo ten Brummelaar, director of the CHARA Array, receives the Staff Award for Global Engagement at Georgia State University. The award honors and recognizes outstanding accomplishments and contributions to international education.
Pioneering new research from an international team of scientists has revealed the first direct evidence that groups of stars can tear apart their planet-forming disk, leaving it warped and with tilted rings.
Georgia State University’s Center for High Angular Resolution Astronomy (CHARA) in Mount Wilson, Calif., expects to receive funding from the National Science Foundation to build a new mobile telescope for the Array and to expand its open access program for guest observers.
Recent news about the impact of COVID-19 at the CHARA Array.
Recent graduate Dr. Ryan Norris accepts a position as an Assistant Professor of Astronomy at New Mexico Tech.
The Center for High Angular Resolution Astronomy (CHARA) at Georgia State University is seeking applicants for a Postdoctoral Research Associate.
We are happy to announce that Dr. Fabien Baron has been recommended for promotion to Associate Professor with tenure in the GSU Department of Physics and Astronomy.
Pioneering Imager At Georgia State’s CHARA Array Gives Sharpest View Of Stars And Planet-Forming Disks
A pioneering new instrument that can produce the sharpest images of young stars is now available for use by scientists worldwide.
The American Astronomical Society awarded the 2019 Weber Prize to John Monnier (University of Michigan) for his pioneering work in high-angular-resolution imaging with long-baseline optical interferometry.
Astronomers and scientists gathered at the recent biennial meeting of the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers lauded the announcement that Professor Emeritus Harold (Hal) McAlister of Georgia State was named the winner of the 2018 Michelson Lifetime Achievement Award.
Dr. Fabien Baron has been selected to receive the Dean’s Early Career Award in the College of Arts and Sciences.
An international team of astronomers has used a new algorithm to enhance observations from the NASA Kepler Space Telescope in its K2 Mission and perform the most detailed study yet of the variability of the Seven Sisters star cluster.
CHARA Array Awarded $3.9 Million To Provide Telescope Access To Scientists Across The Nation
The CHARA Array recently featured along with Georgia State University Astronomers and Solar Physicists in a news piece on WSB Atlanta about space weather, how it can affect us on Earth and how studying other stars with the CHARA Array may help further human understanding of the sun's behavior and the space weather it creates.
Georgia State University and ALPAO Sign Agreement for Adaptive Optics Upgrade on Telescopes at CHARA.
ANN ARBOR—Astronomers at the University of Michigan have taken close-up pictures of a nearby star that show starspots—sunspots outside our solar system.
MOUNT WILSON, Calif.–Astronomers at Georgia State University’s Center for High Angular Resolution Astronomy (CHARA) have observed the expanding thermonuclear fireball from a nova that erupted in the constellation Delphinus in 2013 with unprecedented clarity.
For the first time, a team of astronomers has imaged the eclipse of the star Epsilon Aurigae by its mysterious, less luminous companion star.
Gazing up at the Man in the Star? Researchers take picture of the face of Altair, a first for a star like our own
Using a suite of four telescopes, astronomers have captured an image of Altair, one of the closest stars to our own and a fixture in the summer sky.
MIRC imaged two red supergiants in the Per OB1 association and detected a hotspot on the surface of T Per.
Researchers at CHARA have published improved orbits for ω And, HD 178911, and ξ Cephei.