Stars are known to experience burst of energy, known as flares. But what happens to biological molecules in the atmospheres of planets when a flare occurs? Today’s paper answers that by adding a bit of “flare” to exoplanets.
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.
In today’s bite, Keir reports on a search for multi-AGN systems. How prevalent are they? And what can they tell us about black hole mergers?
Take a visual journey with us through the growth of Astrobites over the past ten years! In this post, we summarize our decade of authorship and readership stats.
In order to celebrate 10 years of astrobites we went back to our roots and asked the founders some questions! Where are they now? How did Astrobites affect your career? What advice do they have for grad students?
Astrobites has turned 10 years old! We’d like to share with you a bit of history of Astrobites, and show you how far we’ve come over the years. Thank you to our readers and 100+ authors for supporting our mission along the way!