INTEGRAL changed our understanding of X-ray binaries, and taught us so much about our galactic home. Here’s a brief look, in awe and gratitude.
Today’s authors find some slow (relatively speaking) fast radio bursts. Read on to learn what this means for the fast radio burst population!
At the University of Chicago’s first annual South Side Science Festival, I learned that everyone has the skills to be successful at public outreach. All you need is a little creativity, personality, and passion.
The authors of today’s article argue that stripped B-type stars could be a source of false positives in the search for quiet, stellar-mass black holes in the Milky Way
Today’s paper posits that precise observations of wide binaries can be used, in conjunction with simulations, to test the validity of modified gravity theories!
History has been made! The first magnetic field inside a main-sequence star has been measured!