(Submitted September 14, 1997)
What does a Gamma-ray Astronomer do and what deals with Gamma-rays today?
Gamma-ray astronomers study the universe as revealed by
the most energetic portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.
They study a variety of objects, including solar flares,
neutron stars, black holes, active galaxies and gamma-ray
bursts. You can learn lots about these objects via our
Basic and Advanced areas on this web site.
for Ask an Astrophysicist