Variable stars, RR Lyrae, transients, supernovae, microlensing events.
By studying high redshift galaxies, we can learn about the evolution of galaxies throughout the history of the Universe.
X-ray astronomy research in Cambridge is carried out by an active X-ray Astronomy group whose research focusses on accretion on to compact objects and the physics of clusters of galaxies.
Lucky Imaging is a remarkably effective technique for delivering near-diffraction-limited imaging on ground-based telescopes.
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