Today’s authors discover a shockingly bright Fast Radio Burst at an unexpectedly high frequency, and consider what this might mean about so-called “cataclysmic” FRBs!
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, Delina Levine compares radio emissions of gamma ray bursts with X-rays and optical observations.
One challenge of exoplanet astronomy is finding moons orbiting distant worlds. Today’s paper tests out an unusual new method of finding these exomoons!
Transients are some of the most variable and most explosive objects in our universe. We’ve got a great overview about all different types of transients in this guide!
We’ve updated and expanded our “Guide to the Electromagnetic Spectrum”! Read on to learn about all the different flavors of light in the Universe, where this light comes from, and how we can detect it.
In remembrance of Frank Drake (May 28, 1930-September 2, 2022), today’s classic paper summary covers his eponymous equation, thoughts on SETI approaches, and legacy.