In today’s paper, astronomers look for meandering modern-day analogues of the ancient building blocks of supermassive black holes.
If aliens are trying to get our attention, how should we look for their smoke signals? Today’s paper describes a search for broadband radio waves coming from our closest stellar neighbors!
Yesterday, the Event Horizon Telescope released a second ever image of a black hole. Here’s what they found.
Yesterday, the Event Horizon Telescope released the first image of the black hole at the center of our galaxy. But how did we get to this point?
Today’s paper describes an unusually circular binary system – where both components are neutron stars.
The solar wind is a fascinating thing, but sometimes it can be a big problem. Today’s paper discusses why pulsar astronomers need to worry about it!