by Guest | Mar 6, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
Pulsating flares on M dwarfs can disrupt the atmospheres of exoplanets. However, in just the right amounts, they could be the genesis of primordial life. Today’s paper describes how!
by Guest | Feb 12, 2023 | Career Navigation, Personal Experiences
For many students, community college is part of their undergraduate education. We take a look at what community college is, the perception of a community college student, and share experiences from a few astronomers that started undergrad at a community college.
by Guest | Jan 17, 2023 | Undergraduate Research
Hyper accreting black holes? Highly magnetised neutron stars? What is behind the most powerful explosions in space and how can we use them to measure the largest distances? Recently published population study of gamma-ray bursts light curves that addresses these questions.
by Guest | Dec 14, 2022 | Undergraduate Research
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, Mckenzie Ferrari compares real optical supernova spectra to models to identify their progenitors.
by Guest | Dec 3, 2022 | Daily Paper Summaries
INTEGRAL changed our understanding of X-ray binaries, and taught us so much about our galactic home. Here’s a brief look, in awe and gratitude.