In today’s bite, Keir reports on a search for multi-AGN systems. How prevalent are they? And what can they tell us about black hole mergers?
In today’s bite, Keir reports on a search for Changing-look AGN. What about their host galaxies causes this change?
Are the winds emanating from an AGN strong enough to shut-off star formation?
In today’s bite, Keir reports on recent black hole mass measurements and what they say about how black holes may have formed in the early Universe
Find out more about the challenges that satellite constellations, like SpaceX’s Starlink, pose to modern astronomy. Hear Prof James Lowenthal’s thoughts at his joint #AAS236 talk (with Prof Sandra Cruz-Pol) on Tuesday 2nd June at 12:40 pm (EDT).