This month’s undergraduate research post features a student who looked at statistically improving extreme emission line galaxy identification in wide field surveys.
What can we use dwarf galaxies for?
How much does our galaxy weigh? The authors of today’s paper use globular clusters in the halo of the galaxy to try to answer this question!
Can the ‘twinkle’ of an infrared source be used to find AGN?
Is there a M∗-SFR-Z relation at high redshift? Yep! Read me to find how it was discovered!
A lot of physics happens below the resolution limit of galaxy simulations that must be represented with “subgrid” models. Today’s paper shows the importance of including a subgrid model for the mixing of metals in galaxy simulations.