What can JWST tell us about some of the faintest supermassive black holes? Today’s paper reveals some of those secrets!
How can we use the demise of an unlucky star to learn about binary supermassive black holes? Today’s paper answers that very question!
Journey to the distant universe with today’s paper, as we discover what the X-ray emission from high-redshift quasars can tell us about their formation and accretion physics!
Looking to improve your organization and note-taking skills? Look no further than today’s post, which highlights some resources for organizing your research notes.
To View or Not to View: Explaining Optical/X-ray Evolution in Tidal Disruption Events with Viewing Angle and Accretion Rate Dependence
Today’s paper presents a unified model for tidal disruption events, in which a star gets shredded by the tidal forces of a supermassive black hole!