The discovery of PSR J0250+5854, the slowest radio pulsar, has everyone wondering – how slow does a pulsar need to spin before its radio beam turns off?
Moons of exoplanets have not yet been conclusively. Today’s authors carefully re-evaluate some of the evidence for their own candidate detection of the first known exomoon.
New observations of pulsing variable stars weigh in on the Hubble tension. Find out how in this Astrobite!
A mysterious type of matter, quark-gluon plasma, may lie at the heart of neutron stars.
The Sun is known to rotate differentially, which plays a large part in our understanding of solar physics. Do we see the same differential rotation in Solar analogues, 16 Cyg A & B?
PSR J0337+1715, a millisecond pulsar in a hierarchical stellar triple system with two white dwarfs, provides a stringent test of gravity via Einstein’s strong equivalence principle!