Today’s authors investigate the sudden re-appearance of X-ray emission from a star being eaten by a supermassive black hole!
How does one measure the gravitational wave signal of a supernova if each event is unique? Is machine learning up to the task? Or is it unknowable?
The authors of today’s article argue that stripped B-type stars could be a source of false positives in the search for quiet, stellar-mass black holes in the Milky Way
A dormant stellar mass black hole has been found, practically in our own backyard!
How do supermassive black holes get to be so supermassive? Today’s authors explore how we might be able to answer that question with the SKA pulsar timing array!
In today’s Beyond post, we interview Dr. Lia Medeiros, a Brazilian astronomer who is part of the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration!