In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, Michael Messere investigates how the leftover debris surrounding interacting galaxies can help us understand their past.
Cosmic filaments are some of the biggest structures in the Universe. Now, we’ve learned that they’re spinning around in space.
A newly discovered Globular Cluster is one of the most massive and metal-poor in the Galaxy. In today’s paper, we examine the stars inside the cluster to see where it stands on the metal-poor podium.
Throughout its extraordinary lifetime, the Hubble Space Telescope has captured images of thousands of distant galaxies. What can we learn about galaxy evolution by piecing these datasets together?
Magnetic fields are everywhere and being modified by the galactic evolution around them. Learn the where’s, why’s, and how’s at Dr. Enrique López Rodríguez’s Fred Kavli Plenary lecture at #AAS238!
The Milky Way’s disc is made up of two components — but where did they come from?