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Fermi Fridays - February
Find out about these small, but powerful, objects. Discover why Fermi is great at finding more of them!
Finding new gamma-ray pulsars is hard, especially because Fermi
doesn't detect gamma rays from every pulse. Learn more about how scientists use home computers across the
globe to solve this computational problem!
What happens after grad school? These students studied pulsars and used Fermi data to get their PhDs. Find out what they studied, and what kind of work they are doing today.
Animation students from the Maryland Institute College of Art found
inspiration from Fermi pulsars. Take a look at the animations, as well as the science behind them. As a bonus,
check out the Fermi Cake Committee's first cake!