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Astronomy

The Astronomy Group has active research programs in the areas of Stellar Populations, Supernovae, Galaxy Evolution, Cosmology, and Astronomical Instrumentation. We use observations from a variety of telescopes to study individual stars in our own Milky Way as well as in nearby galaxies, to track how galaxies assemble over cosmic time, and to understand how the Universe evolves. We also explore the nature of dark matter by testing current theoretical models. Texas A&M is a founding member of the Giant Magellan Telescope consortium and is designing and building instruments for current telescopes and the GMT.

Contacts

Roland Allen

Professor

Darren DePoy

Professor

Kevin Krisciunas

Instructional Associate Professor

Lucas Macri

Associate Dean, Professor

Jennifer Marshall

Assistant Professor

Casey Papovich

Professor

Louis Strigari

Associate Professor

Nicholas Suntzeff

Distinguished Professor

Kim-Vy Tran

Professor

Jonelle Walsh

Assistant Professor

Lifan Wang

Professor