How do supermassive black holes get to be so supermassive? Today’s authors explore how we might be able to answer that question with the SKA pulsar timing array!
Adding galaxies to dark matter simulations might be easier than you thought – today’s authors present a new method to generate synthetic data from relatively low-resolution DM simulations!
How long does it take for a star’s core to collapse in a supernova explosion? Today’s authors use observations to place new constraints on the explosion timescale!
We sit down with Professor Vicky Kaspi and Dr. Paul Scholz, plenary speakers at #AAS240, to hear about their work studying fast radio bursts with the CHIME telescope!
Where do quasars come from? Today’s authors report a new observation that helps shed light on this mystery!