You’re going to love whipping up today’s recipe for a radio donut made from an AGN jet!
A bright flash of high-energy gamma rays heralds the merger of two dense neutron stars. What’s left behind? For the first time, authors have detected a follow-up radio burst which may hint at the nature of the merger’s remnant.
MeerKAT, a radio telescope, made a movie of the 2020 Great Conjunction between Jupiter and Saturn, and found a new pulsar in the background.
Under (Magnetic) Arrest? Possible Evidence for a Previously-Theorized type of Black Hole Accretion Disk
Today’s authors analyze the time delay between energetic flares coming from a black hole x-ray binary system, and try to determine if this is evidence of a magnetic process occuring in the accretion disk.
There’s always more to learn about epsilon Eridani– the nearest sun-like star that hosts an exoplanet. These authors work to determine the emission processes and physics associated with radio emission detected from epsilon Eridani in 2020.
Even though the Sun is the nearest star to us, there’s a lot we still don’t understand about it and its activity. These authors present an interesting case of a unique type of solar radio emission occurring under conditions it doesn’t normally do so.