The absence of dusty circumplanetary disks around young giant planets suggests moonetesimals grow relatively quickly.
Some galaxies are easy to find—others, like dusty galaxies with extreme star formation, are a bit harder to track down. Come to Professor Caitlin Casey’s #AAS233 talk to learn how we can find these galaxies in the “obscured early universe”!
Black holes may seem large, but not compared to the scales we’ll talk about today.
Researchers send fast radio burst terminators back in time…kind of.
Radio observations of the diffracted shadow cast by an asteroid can be used to nail down its location and determine its size and shape.
The second post in our coverage of the European Week of Astronomy and Space Sciences 2018 in Liverpool, UK, including a review of the Cassini mission, reports from the European Space Agency and the European Southern Observatory, and an introduction to the Square Kilometre Array.