The unique nature of the newly discovered dwarf galaxy Ant 2 may have exciting implications for our understanding of dark matter and galaxy formation.
What can cosmological simulations tell us about the formation mechanisms of globular clusters?
A amateur astronomer has discovered a galaxy lurking just beyond the Local Group which had gone unnoticed for centuries in the bright glow of neighboring star Mirach.
We know moons exist around Neptune and Uranus, but can these icy giants actually form them?
There ain’t no gosh darn part (of this Astrobite about star formation in dwarf galaxies) you can’t tweet.
Ever wondered what a neutron star would look like up close? Here is your answer!