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New research shows that strong galaxy bars dramatically reduce star formation in galaxies.
From radar mystery to volcanic history: dating Venus’ lava flows with temperature-sensitive minerals
When and where were the most recent volcanic eruptions on Venus? Ferroelectric minerals on the planet’s highest peaks might offer new clues…
In keeping with our Statement of Inclusivity, we at Astrobites stand unequivocally with survivors of sexual violence and harassment.
Today’s guest post looks a gas cloud situated between galaxies that seems to lack the presence of metals!
Blazing Hot DOGs, in MY early Universe? It’s more likely than you think…Find out what happens at this particularly turbulent BBQ!
More than 3 years since GW170817, Astronomers have reported the latest updates coming from the post-merger kilonova as seen through X-ray and Radio telescopes.
Astronomy beyond the research
UR: Galactic Leftovers within the M81 Group – Understanding Galaxy Evolution through the Stellar Halo
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, Michael Messere investigates how the leftover debris surrounding interacting galaxies can help us understand their past.
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, discover how Anna Estes used ALMA to characterize Proxima Centauri’s flaring emissions at millimeter wavelengths!
Introducing our new initiative: the Astrobites Climate Change Series! Look out for environment-focused posts, exciting collaborations, and our new event starting Apr. 2022: Earth Week x Astrobites!
Navigating careers in astronomy
Mental health among PhD students has been an issue for a long time. The fear of failure is a well-known companion to most. What do you do when you’ve reached your limit?
Have you ever wondered what NuSTAR is or the science it’s helped to discover? Dr. Daniel Stern will tell you all about it at his plenary lecture at #AAS238!
Ever wondered what is the upper limit to massives stars’ luminosities? Or are you curious about how to become a successful woman in astronomy? Find out reading the AAS238 interview with Dr. Roberta Humphreys!