In today’s post, we interviewed Dr. Munazza Alam, a post-doc at Carnegie EPL about her accomplishments & her journey in astronomy.
In today’s paper, the authors test the theory that the earliest, metal-poorest stars are the primary source of binary black hole mergers.
Tensions are rising with the beloved lambda-CDM model of the Universe. Is it time for Early Dark Energy to swoop in to save the day?
More radiant than typical supernovae- superluminous supernovae- have a mysterious source of power. Some show odd bumps and wiggles late in their evolution.
Could the Hubble Tension finally be solved with a little spring cleaning? It’s more likely than you think.
Do stars really spin down? Authors of today’s paper find out if what we’re seeing is real or a trick of the light.