We are very excited to announce that we have a number of new authors joining our team!
Thank you to all who applied; we had a record number of people interested in this completely volunteer position. The new crop of authors will continue our core tradition of high-quality paper summaries as well as the many other outreach aspects of our site.
Thought dust could only bore you? Think again: it may obscure our view of time’s very beginning!
Explore an astrophysical classic describing the effect of the Universe’s expansion on the seeds of galaxies.
What can the growth of structure in the Universe tell us about how regular matter and dark matter scatter? The authors develop a simple framework and get model-independent constraints; read on for the answer.
Time delays in the light from AGNs’ dusty torii can tell us the intrinsic luminosity and hence the distance to the AGN.