Today’s paper searches for hot binary companions of blue straggler stars.
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, discover William Balmer’s research on how direct imaging can show us more about planet formation!
Using new observations from the UVCANDELS survey, a possible link between recent star formation, merger frequency, and the size-mass evolution of massive, quiescent galaxies is investigated.
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.
TESS confirms its first discovery of a planet orbiting not one but two stars. These systems were long thought to be highly unstable. So, is there any chance for Tatooine out there?
Today we’ve got an interview with the awesome Professor Smadar Naoz at @UCLA, #AAS237 plenary speaker and Helen B. Warner prize winner! Read on about her journey in astronomy and her awesome work about dynamics.