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Is the so-called “IRAC-excess” due to interloping dead galaxies at extreme high redshift?
Like human, like dwarf planet – it turns out Pluto’s heart has a “heartbeat.”
The Parker Solar Probe is returning its first results from the Sun. What did it find?
The world of FRB science is filled with more questions than answers right now. Has a new discovery finally hinted toward the answer to one of our major questions?
The resulting chaos in dynamically unstable planetary systems exhibits a surprising underlying order. This may be a clue to understanding this convoluted process.
The authors of this paper went searching for an AGN – and what they discovered was even more baffling…
Astronomy beyond the research
We report on Day 3 of the winter AAS meeting in Honolulu, HI. Highlights include
We report on Day 2 of the winter AAS meeting in Honolulu, HI.
We report on Day 1 of the winter AAS meeting in Honolulu, HI.
Navigating careers in astronomy
Long-term space missions have left us with a wealth of stellar data. Come to Dr. Jennifer van Saders’s talk at #AAS235 to learn more about how these data, along with stellar models, can reveal a star’s evolutionary past and future.
Professor Ted Bergin is looking for the elements that make habitable worlds. Come learn about how to make an Earth-like planet in his talk at #AAS235!
We’ve seen supernovae, but what’s a kilonova? Professor Brian Metzger will tell us all about these high energy events in his talk at #AAS235.