Today’s undergraduate research post features a student who observed long and short period comets to understand the differences in their formation.
Is there a ninth planet in the solar system? The answer may lie in the orbits of Kuiper Belt Objects!
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In today’s undergraduate research post, we see that massive stars are often found in the centers of stellar clusters. Are they born there or do they move there at a later stage?
In today’s undergraduate research post, the unusual brightness changes of the famous ‘Winking Star’ binary system is used to constrain properties of the disk that surrounds this intriguing system.