Today’s authors make the first direct observation of a brown dwarf, a substellar object that can be considered a failed star.
Who is phosphine and why do we care? Have we found alien life? or is it just rock farts? This astrobite summarizes the Nature paper describing the detection and potential implications of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus.
The SKA is a proposed next generation radio telescope. How many FRBs could it detect, taking into account both repeating and non-repeating FRBs?
Today’s astrobite explores edge-on disks that can provide insight into how dust is transported in protoplanetary disks.
Fast radio bursts have unknown origins, but today’s guest post discusses one possibility: interacting BNS systems.
Today’s bite explores the origins of complex molecules within protoplanetary disks, focusing on formaldehyde.