Today’s undergraduate post talks about how to use machine learning to find transients in galactic spectra!
We report on Day 2 of the virtual winter AAS meeting.
Thanks to astronomical surveys, we now know our night sky is constantly alight with variable objects. Tune in to Prof. Christopher Kochanek’s Dannie Heineman Prize talk at #AAS237 to learn about how small telescopes can change the way we observe our rapidly changing universe!
Today’s paper presents a systematic study of accretion physics of high redshift quasars.
Today’s paper presents the physical properties of outflows in type 2 quasars and their role in AGN feedback.
UR #28: Photometry and Analysis of a Sample of Quasars on Archival Yerkes Observatory Photographic Plates
Today’s guest post looks at the work of undergraduate physics student Buduka Ogonor on using astronomical photographic plates to study quasars.