A bright source of radio pulses appeared for 20 minutes, but hasn’t been seen before or since. How could we possibly learn more about it? Read today’s bite to find out!
Today’s authors spotted the emission from a pulsar that hasn’t been seen in almost 20 years. Why has it been hiding, and what can we learn about it?
Processing and analyzing hundreds of terabytes of data can take longer than researchers would like. Today’s authors use the power of citizen science to find 142 new flickering sources of radio emission!
The second white dwarf pulsar ever discovered was just announced, and it can teach us a lot about how these unique stars evolve!
Today’s authors find that the host galaxy of the brightest gamma-ray burst ever detected is unexpectedly average!