What’s the best way to look for intermediate mass black holes? The authors of this paper think it’s to measure the change in the accelerations of pulsars in the center of globular clusters.
Today’s paper examines the classification of NGC 5347 as a Compton-thick AGN.
How interstellar probes can make or break an alternative theory of gravity
LAMOST found a massive young star with “super speed” running away from the Milky Way!
Understanding Titan’s surface is no easy task. A 2019 study indicates an unusual ice-rich feature on this moon of Saturn.
Can young massive clusters help us to understand how globular clusters formed? MUSE looks at Westerlund 2 to learn more and finds an unexpected velocity signature.