Do you like your star plain or with extra pepperoni? Starspots sit on the surface of a star like the pizza toppings on a pizza, and today’s astrobite looks at how starspot coverage changes for stars at different ~slices~ of their lifetimes.
Today’s paper looks at two types of lenticular galaxies — seemingly alike, they took very different evolutionary paths.
Today’s guest post explores a galaxy whose mysterious clump is puzzling astronomers who are trying to pinpoint its origin.
What are PeVatrons and how do we find them?
Do you like red (super)giants, neutron stars, supernovae, and/or gravitational waves? Then this bite is for you!
Love art AND astronomy? Read about an instance in which the two work together to make science more accessible!