For thousands of years, we have used our eyes to study the cosmos. What if we could also use our ears?
On March 9, Astrobites hosted a webinar all about advising. In this beyond post, the panelists and moderators offer our best advice on identifying the right research advisor for you, plus lots of references for further reading.
Let’s take a trip to the planets. Well, not to the planets exactly, but to the magnetic bags of plasma surrounding them.
Mercury is the smallest planet but has the largest core compared to its size. Is the solar wind to blame?
Can ephemeral, salty puddles on the surface of Mars sustain life?