Detecting AGN in Dwarf Galaxies
The satellites of galaxy Centaurus A seem to be in an unusual arrangement, which also has some fascinating cosmological implications!
How common are growing black holes in small galaxies? Today’s paper presents a model to predict the fraction of dwarf galaxies with an active black hole at its center.
A satellite of Andromeda is missing an important ingredient — so where did it go?
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, Kaelee Parker’s looked at rotation curves of dwarf galaxies to test if the Tully-Fisher relation describes them.
Is the Milky Way special? Or, as Dr. Marla Geha would like to know, are the satellite galaxies around the Milky Way special? Learn more at Dr. Geha’s #AAS238 plenary talk!