Today’s guest post takes a look at a technique that cleverly tweaks simulated galaxy halos very early on in their lives in order to direct their growth in a specific way
By using TESS to measure their spin, a stream of stars is found to be ten times younger than previously thought.
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, discover James Kwon’s research on how deep learning is revolutionizing the removal of cosmic-ray contamination from Hubble images.
Today’s #UndergradResearch post by Tehreem Hai looks at a special type of galaxy merger — a merger of dwarf galaxies — and the star clusters within them!
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, discover Tommy Wen Chin’s research investigating the size of the neutral regions during the epoch of reionization.