Today’s authors investigate the sudden re-appearance of X-ray emission from a star being eaten by a supermassive black hole!
Today’s authors peer deep into a galaxy cluster to look for signs of a radio phoenix spreading its wings!
If aliens are trying to get our attention, how should we look for their smoke signals? Today’s paper describes a search for broadband radio waves coming from our closest stellar neighbors!
Did you know that cats can teach us about distant stars? Today’s authors use the StrayCats stray light database to study an X-ray source!
An unusually bright supernova, nicknamed the Cow, was the first of its kind when discovered in 2018. Learn more about this mysterious flash in today’s Bite!