A theoretical study of what we can expect to see when a hot Jupiter crashes into its host star.
A picture of galaxy construction emerges by comparing the relative sizes of star-formation and stellar continuum emission from 57 z=1 galaxies.
The first simulations of low-mass star formation on parsec scales to include protostellar feedback successfully reproduce observed mass functions, luminosities, and clustering properties.
Pre-explosion imaging of supernova SN2011fe sheds light on the question of type Ia supernova progenitors.
How massive was our Sun’s natal cluster? New simulations reconcile with observations.