Brand new evidence of feedback source often overlooked in dwarf galaxy evolution
The ‘mass gap’ is a mass range bereft of any observed neutron stars or black holes. What can gravitational waves tell us about possible inhabitants of this terra incognita?
Two binary black hole mergers were detected within 20 minutes of each other. But does this mean that there were four black holes… or just two?
Today’s astrobite explores a newly detected triple AGN system.
The surprising result of a search for radio AGN in nearby dwarf galaxies
What does the merger of a neutron star with a black hole look like? Here’s a systematic study of how neutron star properties affect the electromagnetic emission from the merger.