Blazing Hot DOGs, in MY early Universe? It’s more likely than you think…Find out what happens at this particularly turbulent BBQ!
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, discover Julianna Voelker’s research on the role of quasars in galaxy evolution.
UR: ALMA Observations of Extragalactic Optical Jets Suggest the Need for at Least Three Emission Components
Our latest #UndergradResearch post by Kassidy Kollmann is all about AGN Jets! Learn how different jet emission mechanisms show up in AGN spectral energy distributions.
The authors of today’s paper uncovered the evolutionary history behind the Milky Way’s closest lenticular neighbor.
Today’s paper takes a look at the unusual X-ray properties of a changing-look AGN.
UR: Understanding the Balance of Star Formation and Black Holes in Nearby Luminous Infrared Galaxies
In today’s #UndergradResearch post, Meredith Stone shares how she used Spitzer spectra to learn about the evolution of galaxies through their star formation and AGN activity.