Does our galaxy look like an Advil, a NyQuil, or just a simple sphere? The simulations studied in today’s paper may have the answer.
Simulations by astronomers at Columbia University suggest an evaporating exomoon could be behind the mysterious dimming behaviour of KIC 8462852.
With an ideal dataset of many localized FRBs, how can the diffuse gas fraction in the IGM be constrained?
Why do some dwarf galaxies exhibit such old stellar populations? Perhaps simulations of reionization including radiative transfer can help to explain this peculiar trait.
Our gas giants spin slower than one might expect. Turns out gas giants outside of our solar system are also slower than originally what we might have thought! Today’s astrobite answers the question: What’s up with dat?
Astronomers have been finding planets around M dwarf stars for a while. Can we go even cooler and find planets around the diverse L and T spectral group?