Two (stars) aren’t always better than one, especially when you’re trying to track down dark matter in tiny galaxies.
Observations from the MaNGA survey help to answer the question: What are the features of a galaxy that appears to have undergone recent gas accretion?
Hydrodynamical simulations shed new light on the metallicity of stellar populations in dwarf galaxies.
A amateur astronomer has discovered a galaxy lurking just beyond the Local Group which had gone unnoticed for centuries in the bright glow of neighboring star Mirach.
There ain’t no gosh darn part (of this Astrobite about star formation in dwarf galaxies) you can’t tweet.
How can the orbits of satellite galaxies be used to pin down the mass of the Milky Way?