Nothing is easy when you have two stars instead of one. Under the right circumstances, it can be especially hard to hold on to your atmosphere.
Planets are occasionally found swallowed by their dying host stars. Where and how often does this happen?
The Sun is known to rotate differentially, which plays a large part in our understanding of solar physics. Do we see the same differential rotation in Solar analogues, 16 Cyg A & B?
What does a disk around a binary star look like? One possibility, recently observed around a young star for the first time, is that it is flipped on its side—its rotation is perpendicular to the orbit of the binary system!
Two (stars) aren’t always better than one, especially when you’re trying to track down dark matter in tiny galaxies.
What secrets are hiding in the archives of the GALEX satellite?