Today’s paper presents an intermediate mass black hole (IMBH) hiding within a dense star cluster. X-ray and optical observations over 15 years allow the authors to explore the different stages of this IMBH feasting on an unlucky star.
Today’s astrobite explores a newly detected triple AGN system.
The surprising result of a search for radio AGN in nearby dwarf galaxies
New findings suggest that they have a lot of gas – but then why are they not forming stars?
Today’s paper takes a closer look at the after-effects of the Milky Way’s last major collision with another galaxy.
We all know planets form around stars, can planet formation occur around something much more exotic?