Today’s authors check whether twin stars in binaries are identical or fraternal, chemically.
We see that many stars have a buddy star or two i.e. they are a binary or multi-star system. This paper addresses the question: How in the heck does that happen?
How did Lindsay Lohan and Arnold Schwarzenegger find their way into a bite about binary stars? Read on to find out.
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?
Are planets just as likely to form around binary stars as they are around single stars? Today’s authors are asking this very question.