Throughout its extraordinary lifetime, the Hubble Space Telescope has captured images of thousands of distant galaxies. What can we learn about galaxy evolution by piecing these datasets together?
UR: ALMA Observations of Extragalactic Optical Jets Suggest the Need for at Least Three Emission Components
Our latest #UndergradResearch post by Kassidy Kollmann is all about AGN Jets! Learn how different jet emission mechanisms show up in AGN spectral energy distributions.
A newly discovered dwarf galaxy near the Local Group appears to be young and lonely and it shut off star formation. What could be responsible for the quenching if there are no nearby bright galaxies?
Magnetic fields are everywhere and being modified by the galactic evolution around them. Learn the where’s, why’s, and how’s at Dr. Enrique López Rodríguez’s Fred Kavli Plenary lecture at #AAS238!
Today’s paper looks at the gravitational influence of the Large Magellanic Cloud on the Milky Way – one may think our Galaxy is in equilibrium, but it is actually being sloshed around!
Today’s guest post takes a look at a technique that cleverly tweaks simulated galaxy halos very early on in their lives in order to direct their growth in a specific way