Pulsar timing arrays could localise individual sources of gravitational waves to host galaxies. The problem is, it’s so computationally difficult! This paper shows us a faster way.
Today’s authors look for the origin of the blobby neutrino emission IceCube sees in the Milky Way!
Are dual active galactic nuclei (AGN) hiding away together behind gas as they spiral in towards each other?
Today’s paper takes a look at circumstellar disks’ chemistries, and addresses how their chemical composition can be impacted by their host stars.
You’re going to love whipping up today’s recipe for a radio donut made from an AGN jet!
Venus may be quite similar in size and mass as Earth, but its surface conditions could not be any more different! Can a modern space telescope like JWST identify the difference between an exoEarth and an exoVenus?