Could a suspicious pair of active black holes improve the outlook for seeing the gravitational wave background?
Applying color-magnitude diagrams to distant, semi-resolved galaxies may break new ground in understanding stellar populations on a massive scale.
A novel approach to estimate their mass may help reveal the relationship between supermassive black holes and the galaxies they inhabit.
Star-forming galaxies form stars at different rates. Could this be the model that reveals the underlying physics?