Today’s bite explores the origins of complex molecules within protoplanetary disks, focusing on formaldehyde.
How could we measure winds on a distant brown dwarf or a Jupiter-like planet?
Today’s Astrobite looks at a classic paper by Barbara Williams, the first Black woman to get a PhD
Two collaborations, one bright, millisecond duration Galactic radio burst. Has the mystery of the source of fast radio bursts been solved?
A spectrum of radio frequencies, a spectrum of research — Prof. Sandra Cruz-Pol tells us about her exciting and interdisciplinary work, as well as the importance of diversity to her. Learn more at #AAS236!
What does it take to upgrade an existing radio telescope to survey fast radio bursts?