Astronomers use cosmological simulations to better understand a funny sort of satellite galaxy.
Understanding the physics of a certain emission line will allow astronomers to study galaxies that existed a long time ago far, far away.
In today’s Astrobite, we consider suggestions for establishing a personal definition of success in astronomy.
A report on the characteristics of a new ultra-faint dwarf found in the Magellanic Bridge, in the constellation Hydrus.
Astronomers study a gravitationally lensed emission line galaxy, with implications for the characteristics of early galaxy populations.