Galaxy mergers are violent places, which makes simulating their effects on fragile molecular clouds very difficult. The authors of today’s paper manage to do it anyway!
Investigating the physical properties of galaxies is key to our understanding of galaxy formation and evolution. With the power of the James Webb Space Telescope, astronomers are now able to investigate properties of huge numbers of galaxies in the early Universe.
UR: The Silence of the Lambda: Tracking the Disruption of Satellites around Milky Way-Mass Galaxies in Cosmological Simulations
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, Nguyen Binh uses cosmological simulations to track the disruption of satellite galaxies! Learn more at their iPoster at AAS241!
The author’s of today’s paper have gotten a glimpse at the building blocks of a massive galaxy!
Some of the smallest galaxies we know of live right next door to the Milky Way — but we’ve only just found them!
Today’s authors delve into the AGN-starburst composite galaxy NGC 1068, and discuss a model for its multi-messenger emission.