Sometimes images need a little extra cleanup so we can see all the neat features there are to see. These authors deconvolve JWST observations of AGN to reveal outflows.
The oscillation modes of stars can tell us about their interior structure. However, strong magnetic fields can damp out these modes and make them undetectable. These authors look at two types of stars with oscillations to see what their magnetic fields are like.
Unions are becoming a more prevalent feature of grad schools to consider when applying to grad school. This bite reviews some of the details to consider when choosing a school with (or without) a union.
There’s always more to learn about epsilon Eridani– the nearest sun-like star that hosts an exoplanet. These authors work to determine the emission processes and physics associated with radio emission detected from epsilon Eridani in 2020.
Even though the Sun is the nearest star to us, there’s a lot we still don’t understand about it and its activity. These authors present an interesting case of a unique type of solar radio emission occurring under conditions it doesn’t normally do so.