A unique galaxy suggests a novel method to search for rare stars, which may have been previously overlooked and misidentified.
The author’s of today’s paper found that planets are made of unappetizing slushies!
Dust devils, also known as dusty vortices, are key to understanding Mars’ climate since they loft dust into the atmosphere, shaping the Martian environment. Today’s author discusses some dust devil data gathered by the Mars Environmental Dynamic Analyzer on the Perseverance rover.
Ever imagined what computers go through while analyzing gravitational wave data? Today’s post sheds light on this computing nightmare.
Guest author Alex Belles tells us about his experiences in science policy as a grad student in NASEM’s Mirzayan Policy Fellowship program