If the light from supernovae travels at, unsurprisingly, the speed of light (which really is the upper limit here), how can we predict them? Time travel, is that you? Spoiler alert: it isn’t. It’s neutrinos.
Something is stirring up chaos on galactic scales. The authors of today’s papers investigate just what’s needed to recreate the turbulence seen in the interstellar medium.
Adding galaxies to dark matter simulations might be easier than you thought – today’s authors present a new method to generate synthetic data from relatively low-resolution DM simulations!
Astronomers have a challenging task ahead of them — to find young exoplanets in protoplanetary disks. Machine Learning could potentially come to the rescue.
Today’s paper posits that precise observations of wide binaries can be used, in conjunction with simulations, to test the validity of modified gravity theories!
The presence of dark matter particles in barred spiral galaxies should slow down their galactic bars. However, this is not what we observe. Are galactic bars telling us to reconsider the foundations of the standard model?