Are dual active galactic nuclei (AGN) hiding away together behind gas as they spiral in towards each other?
In this Astrobite, we see if gravitational waves can help us find theoretical horizonless compact objects, exotic objects predicted by modern alternatives to General Relativity!
Black Holes All the Way Down: New Multimessenger Evidence for a Binary Black Hole Merger Within an Active Galactic Nucleus
In today’s paper, a unique gravitational wave event is re-examined as the possible origin of an AGN flare. What are the odds?
A bright flash of high-energy gamma rays heralds the merger of two dense neutron stars. What’s left behind? For the first time, authors have detected a follow-up radio burst which may hint at the nature of the merger’s remnant.
Find out how astronomers have discovered a potential black hole collision in the early Universe using observations from the James Webb Space Telescope.
Today we interview astrophysicist Stephen Taylor for his plenary talk at #AAS243!