by Jessica May Hislop | Oct 14, 2020 | Classics, Current Events
This week we’re celebrating this year’s astronomical awardees for the Nobel Prize in Physics. Today we have Reinhard Genzel and his pioneering work on constraining the black hole at the centre of our Galaxy
by Jessica May Hislop | Oct 7, 2020 | Classics, Daily Paper Summaries
Today’s dual-language post takes a look at a classic paper of Shakura & Sunyaev written in 1973. Whilst this paper advanced our understanding of accretion disks, we still have an incomplete theoretical picture. That may all change
by Jessica May Hislop | Jun 20, 2020 | Classics
Today’s Astrobite looks at a classic paper by Barbara Williams, the first Black woman to get a PhD
by Jessica May Hislop | May 26, 2020 | Career Navigation, Current Events, Personal Experiences
Hear from Jo Dunkley about the future of CMB observations as well as her journey into Academia at #AAS236.
by Jessica May Hislop | May 23, 2020 | Daily Paper Summaries
Today’s paper combines new observational data from Gaia with 20 years of multi-wavelength data of the compact dwarf galaxy NGC 5253, reveal a triplet system of star clusters in the centre.