Scientists discover new dual luminous quasars, the most powerful and luminous couples in the Universe.
Aluminum can be used for so much more than foil. What can it tell us about our solar system’s place in the galaxy? Read about today’s paper to find out more.
How do tidal disruption events contribute to massive black hole growth?
What’s even faster and more furious than Vin Diesel? Come learn about galactic winds at Dr. Christy Tremonti’s talk at #AAS236!
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.