In the past decade we have witnessed the rise and fall of primordial black holes as dark matter candidates. Today’s paper summary hints at their return in the coming decade.
When we observe galaxies and measure their dark matter halos, we exclude subhaloes from the halo’s mass profile. When we simulate haloes, we include them. But what if we didn’t?
Today for #BlackInAstro week, we summarize a sociological study on Black students’ science aspirations & how to improve the “thinkability” of science careers.
Dr. Dara Norman shifts from magnification bias to representation bias in community tools such as white papers and advisory committees. Come learn about how access can fuel a revolution in inclusion at Dr. Norman’s talk at #AAS236.
So that’s what happens when astronomers account for magnetic fields!