Astrobites is at AAS 240! Read on for coverage of Day 2 (Tuesday).
Just how rare is this hyperluminous heavily obscured active galactic nucleus in a dusty starburst in the early Universe?
How do moons form in the universe? Astronomers recently gathered direct evidence for the formation of moons around exoplanets!
Today’s paper examines two dusty star-forming galaxies, MORA-5 and MORA-9. These galaxies are likely high redshift and appear dark in the optical and near-infrared.
Massive star formation is still a MASSIVE question mark. Today’s paper explores one of the environments where it may take place, looking for signatures of protostars deep within dust clouds.
An accidental discovery of two new galaxies, hiding behind clouds of dust in the furthest reaches of the Universe.