In today’s post, we interviewed Dr. Munazza Alam, a post-doc at Carnegie EPL about her accomplishments & her journey in astronomy.
Today’s paper puts simulation-based theories to the test as we look at some of the most massive disk galaxies and find out how they grew to their enormous sizes!
We’re always told not to judge a book by it’s cover, but what about galaxies? Today’s authors try to find out!
Today’s paper reports evidence for a new exomoon Kepler-1708 b-i, a mini-Neptune sized moon orbiting a Jupiter-like planet!
What do binaries have to do with how your favorite nebula looks like?
In order to find life elsewhere in the universe, we need to rule out false positive biosignatures. To get around this, today’s authors use polarized light to distinguish plants from rocks!