Is there something interesting about our cosmic neighborhood? The authors of today’s paper think so!
Today we interview astrophysicist Kathryne Daniel for her plenary talk at #AAS242!
Learning about Galaxy Evolution over Cosmic Time: We interviewed astronomer Dr. Julia Blue Bird about her plenary talk at the upcoming #AAS242!
In today’s paper, the authors describe and attempt a method to trace the evolution of our galaxy by comparing the ratio of oxygen isotopes in different regions of the Milky Way!
We’re still not sure what causes quasars, some of the brightest objects in the universe, to switch on. Today’s authors present a compelling case for galaxy mergers being the culprit!
In today’s paper, astronomers have accurately determined the properties of a nearby, giant star-forming region in the galaxy NGC 2366.