All stars rotate, and stellar rotation can impact a star’s evolution greatly. However stellar rotation remains poorly understood. Can studying stellar pulsations shed light on this topic?
We all know planets form around stars, can planet formation occur around something much more exotic?
Recent events surrounding the Thirty Meter Telescope have brought this ongoing controversy to the forefront of conversation once again. Building upon a previous Astrobite, today’s post reviews how western astronomy has historically interacted with the Indigenous Hawaiian community.
Could the surface of Earth’s only natural satellite hold the key to understanding early activity of our own star? Today’s paper investigates the Moon’s composition to find out more.