Today’s authors work out a full orbital solution for a binary microlensing system, indicating the method’s potential to probe the mass distribution of dark objects.
The fractal dimension as a new way to explore the mysterious link between turbulence and star formation.
Today’s authors take a multi-faceted approach to characterising a benchmark subgiant star using asteroseismology, interferometry, and spectroscopy.
Neighboring exoplanets appear to come in similar sizes. But is this a result of observational bias?
Today’s authors use a new technique to make new discoveries about the Seven Sisters.
The era of petabyte and exabyte astronomical surveys is rapidly approaching. How will we store all this data and ensure its longevity for future decades of astronomers? Check out Dr. Alex Szalay’s plenary talk at #AAS233 to find out!