Two (stars) aren’t always better than one, especially when you’re trying to track down dark matter in tiny galaxies.
I attempt to summarize what some astronomers have called “undoubtedly the most brilliant Ph.D. thesis ever written in astronomy.”
There ain’t no gosh darn part (of this Astrobite about star formation in dwarf galaxies) you can’t tweet.
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