A new hypothesis posits that the ice giant planets formed between the CO and N2 icelines in the Solar System’s protoplanetary disk.
What’s causing the “beads on a string” pattern of star formation around this interacting galaxy pair?
Explore an astrophysical classic describing the effect of the Universe’s expansion on the seeds of galaxies.
A new model explains Mercury’s major density with magnetism.
Some GRB-SNe pairs show interesting correlations across their light curves.
What can the growth of structure in the Universe tell us about how regular matter and dark matter scatter? The authors develop a simple framework and get model-independent constraints; read on for the answer.
Can bars in a galaxy cause radial migrations of stars? The simulations say yes, but these observations suggest otherwise…