To continue our celebration of Black History Month, we are publishing an interview with Dr. Jarita Holbrook @astroholbrook: noted cultural astronomer, anthropologist of science, filmmaker, and more! #BlackInAstro
What do close-by star forming regions and the oldest light in the cosmos have in common? Prof. David Chuss has some of the answers in his #AAS237 talk.
As the universe’s temperatures drop, there is a type of dark matter that can freeze-in. There is one consequence: it’s a bit of a drag.
How can we learn about the atmospheres of faint, low metallicity brown dwarfs? Why, with a model, of course!
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.