Today’s paper challenges the modifications suggested for the cosmological model as the solution to explain the anomalies observed in JWST.
Today’s authors use the integral field spectroscopy observations to get new insights of the old RR Pictoris Nova.
Many assumptions are used as input for photoionization codes that model HII regions. Today’s paper explores how these assumptions are oversimplified and emphasizes the need for more physically realistic ones.
Today’s authors serendipitously discovered a new celestial beast lurking in the Magellanic Clouds—what could it be?
Today’s authors used JWST/NIRSpec to detect and identify new Jils, galaxy companions, within the vicinity of the QSO LBQS 0302-0019 “Block.”