A newly discovered Globular Cluster is one of the most massive and metal-poor in the Galaxy. In today’s paper, we examine the stars inside the cluster to see where it stands on the metal-poor podium.
When HII regions expand, they look like an inflating balloon. But what happens after that balloon pops?
In 2019, the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration released the first image of a black hole. Now, they have new polarization measurements that probe its magnetic field.
Filaments in the molecular cloud Serpens South are shuttling gas and dust towards a core of protostars, showing that magnetic fields likely play a role in star formation.
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