The dust destruction efficiency of supernovae may not be a high as we previously thought. Why is this, and what can it tell us about star formation?
Thanks to the Gaia satellite and other incredible data sources, we are in for a set of unprecedented discoveries about our galaxy over the next few years. Learn more about them at Dr. Adrian Price-Whelan’s talk at #AAS237!
Feedback from star clusters can have a major effect on the surrounding gas. Today’s paper investigates whether star clusters can also drive turbulence and what that means for our understanding of stellar feedback.
Aluminum can be used for so much more than foil. What can it tell us about our solar system’s place in the galaxy? Read about today’s paper to find out more.
We sit down with Kelsie Krafton, the AAS John N. Bahcall Public Policy Fellow, to learn about her experiences as an advocate for astronomy research in government.