Post-starburst galaxies have stopped forming new stars, but astronomers are still trying to figure out why. Today’s paper looks at an unusual galaxy to see what might be quenching its star formation.
In today’s bite, Keir reports on recent black hole mass measurements and what they say about how black holes may have formed in the early Universe
We shed some light on the inner workings of an ultra-red, massive cluster core spotted at high redshift!
If dark matter did not exist, the visible matter in the universe should be able to explain all gravitational phenomena. But can it?
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?