Discovering AGN in Dwarf Galaxies with MaNGA.
The most recent gravitational wave merger detected by LIGO/VIRGO consists of two objects with very unequal masses. But just what is the smaller object?
Can the ‘twinkle’ of an infrared source be used to find AGN?
What powers one of the most catastrophic explosions in nature? Click here to find out.
Using machine learning to investigate whether galaxy mergers trigger AGN activity
The unique properties of echoed light that may illuminate what caused Sgr A* to flare up 120 years ago.