Our first interstellar comet visitor, 2I/Borisov, has already provided clues to the diversity in composition of planetary systems!
Tracing X-ray variability in quasars.
In the past decade we have witnessed the rise and fall of primordial black holes as dark matter candidates. Today’s paper summary hints at their return in the coming decade.
Black holes come in many different sizes. But is there a mass limit? The authors of today’s paper investigate the possibility of black holes a trillion times as massive as the sun. Surprisingly, they could also help explain the mysterious dark matter!
Feedback from star clusters can have a major effect on the surrounding gas. Today’s paper investigates whether star clusters can also drive turbulence and what that means for our understanding of stellar feedback.
Today’s bite takes a look at a paper that changed our understanding of stars and the stuff that streams from them. Read on to learn more about the physics surrounding Parker’s discovery of the solar wind.