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Using new observations from the UVCANDELS survey, a possible link between recent star formation, merger frequency, and the size-mass evolution of massive, quiescent galaxies is investigated.
The formation of the Magellanic stream is a decades long mystery that might have been solved by considering corona. No, not that corona. . .
Today’s undergraduate research post features a student who measures the white dwarf mass-radius relation using thousands of stars and a neat effect predicted by general relativity
Here at Astrobites, we are celebrating European Day of Languages and linguistic diversity worldwide by introducing our series of multi-language posts! To kick off the series, here is a summary of a recent paper on why it is so important for science communication to include multiple languages.
The night sky is now destined to change due to plans which involve placing thousands of satellites into low Earth orbits. Is there a cause for concern?
Do you ever feel empty inside? Almost as if there’s a void? Well cosmologists want to use YOU to learn about the universe.
Astronomy beyond the research
Today’s undergraduate research post is looking for ‘spiders’ in unidentified sources which emit gamma-rays.
Have you done undergraduate research? Now you can tell others about how it went!
Humans have been looking up for our entire history – today, let’s take a look at the women of indigenous African communities and their relationship to the night sky!
Navigating careers in astronomy
Dr. Dara Norman shifts from magnification bias to representation bias in community tools such as white papers and advisory committees. Come learn about how access can fuel a revolution in inclusion at Dr. Norman’s talk at #AAS236.
Learn how observatories in Hawaii are giving high school students the opportunity to work with world class telescopes in today’s Beyond Bite!
Today’s beyond post looks at a study into advances in closing the gender gap in academia.