by Konstantin Gerbig | Mar 18, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
Can binary stars have circumbinary disks that orbits them in a perpendicular plane? Today’s authors took a closer look at this setup and the complex exchange of material between stars and circumbinary disk.
by William Lamb | Mar 13, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
Will it merge? That is the question. Today’s paper looks at if the gas disk around a black hole binary will cause the binary to eventually coalesce
by Delaney Dunne | Feb 11, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
Galaxy mergers are violent places, which makes simulating their effects on fragile molecular clouds very difficult. The authors of today’s paper manage to do it anyway!
by Keighley Rockcliffe | Feb 10, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
One step closer to finding Earth2.0!
by Megan Masterson | Jan 30, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
Today’s paper presents a unified model for tidal disruption events, in which a star gets shredded by the tidal forces of a supermassive black hole!
by Astrobites | Jan 11, 2023 | Undergraduate Research
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, Nguyen Binh uses cosmological simulations to track the disruption of satellite galaxies! Learn more at their iPoster at AAS241!