Today’s undergraduate research post features a student who uses computer simulations to the evolution of dwarf galaxies.
Today’s paper uses FIRE-2 galaxy merger simulations to study star formation during the galaxy-pair stage of interactions.
Today’s undergraduate research post features a student who uses computer simulations to simulate black holes and how they evolve over billions of years.
Aluminum can be used for so much more than foil. What can it tell us about our solar system’s place in the galaxy? Read about today’s paper to find out more.
When we observe galaxies and measure their dark matter halos, we exclude subhaloes from the halo’s mass profile. When we simulate haloes, we include them. But what if we didn’t?
New simulations provide insights on the processes behind the formation of massive stars