Why are so many modern galaxies not actively forming stars? Today’s guest post by Katherine Lee explores one mechanism that may quench star formation in Milky Way-like galaxies.
What will JWST reveal about the obscured early Universe? Today’s authors process simulations to find out
Galaxies in the middle of clusters are usually huge, elliptical galaxies. So what is this spiral-shaped imposter doing here?
What kills the most massive disk galaxies in the Universe? Their own bulge, a sneaky bar, or a giant black hole? Let’s find out!
Although galaxies have evolved a lot over the past ten billion years or so, the authors of today’s paper have found that some things never change.
Put three supermassive black holes in one simulation and let them fight over the center stage. Will there be a survivor?