Prof. Willy Kley, a pioneer in the field of protoplanetary disks, unexpectedly died in December 2021. Today’s post commemorates Willy’s legacy and summarizes a scientific conference that was held in memory of Willy in the beginning of August.
It doesn’t seem like hurricanes on Earth can have anything to do with planet formation. But don’t be fooled! Find out in today’s bite, what the connection is.
What do giraffes and unicorns have in common with red giant binary systems? Find out in today’s bite!
Put three supermassive black holes in one simulation and let them fight over the center stage. Will there be a survivor?
Forbidden emission lines can trace photoevaporative winds in protoplanetary disks. What will those lines reveal? Find out in today’s guest post!