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Today’s bite explores the landing site selection process for Dragonfly, an upcoming rotorcraft mission to Saturn’s moon Titan
As satellite constellations crowd our night sky, today’s authors advocate for space as a globally shared resource rather than an entity to be owned and controlled
Lightcurve folding is frequently used to make signals in the data clearer. Today’s author describes a novel way to use the folding method to pick out exomoon signals from exoplanet transit lightcurves.
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, Leah Bigwood investigates whether three Near Earth Asteroids are likely to impact Earth in the next 100 years.
Identifying the source of the nuclear flare in SDSS J154843.06+220812.6
Today’s paper investigates a mysterious stellar explosion that resulted when a black hole or a neutron star crashed into a star.
Astronomy beyond the research
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, read about Yuliya Shpunarska’s work on flux measurements of fast radio bursts using the CHIME telescope!
Is your rent astronomical??
At this year’s National Astronomy Meeting, we sat down to talk about the climate crisis. Here’s what happened.
Navigating careers in astronomy
On the final day of #BlackInAstroWeek2021, we interview science communicator and #BlackInAstro organizer Cheyenne Polius!
Another interview for #BlackInAstroWeek! We interview Dr. Carl E. Fields, a rising star studying core-collapse supernovae using computer simulations and one of the #BlackInAstro co-organizers!
Another interview for #BlackInAstroWeek! We interview Caprice Phillips, a rising star studying exoplanets and one of the #BlackInAstro organizers!