Today’s authors find that the host galaxy of the brightest gamma-ray burst ever detected is unexpectedly average!
We can’t exactly put massive neutron stars on scales, so how do we measure their masses? Today’s paper introduces a new method, using high-energy gamma rays!
The optical pulses from a very special pulsar are showing up around 200 microseconds late- today’s authors investigate this very tiny lag to learn why!
Today’s authors discover a shockingly bright Fast Radio Burst at an unexpectedly high frequency, and consider what this might mean about so-called “cataclysmic” FRBs!
Today’s authors investigate a young star hosting an exoplanet, and watch as its X-ray flares speed up the planet’s evaporation!