What makes up the innards of the brightest galaxy in the universe?
Today we use a new paper to revisit the possible dwarf galaxy discovered 90 kpc from the Milky Way.
Planets with radii between Earth and Neptune and small radii are the most common in planetary systems. These planets are challenging to explain with classical models of planets. Do planets form instead in-situ in an inside-out manner?
These hot galaxies show signs of AGN and starburst activity occurring within their dusty interiors.
Some variable stars seem to be “golden”, but is this property fundamental or just chance?
There are more moons than planets in our Solar System that harbor liquid water, and these moons may offer us the best chances of finding life off of Earth. Today’s paper takes the search for habitable moons a step further by investigating how telescopes of the near future might allow us to see and characterize these moons around exoplanets.