Martian ice cores provide an exciting opportunity to learn about the Red Planet’s past. Today’s bite describes a device to make processing them easier.
One challenge of exoplanet astronomy is finding moons orbiting distant worlds. Today’s paper tests out an unusual new method of finding these exomoons!
Four centuries ago, the Sun entered a long phase of low activity. Newly-presented data suggests that the star HD 166620 is now doing the same thing!
Today we interview astronomer Dr. Jocelyn Bell Burnell for her plenary talk at #AAS240!
In today’s paper, astronomers look for meandering modern-day analogues of the ancient building blocks of supermassive black holes.