Aside from their name, warped astrophysical disks have little in common with the warp drive. Nonetheless, come and enjoy a journey exploring them in today’s bite!
An astronomer and a galaxy walk into a carnival stand… check out today’s bite to see how this one ends!
For today’s Undergrad Research submission, an undergraduate at U of Georgia is simulating collisions on the Moon’s surface to investigate how water could have been produced there.
In today’s paper, learn how astronomers can identify merging galaxies and investigate the importance of these collisions over cosmic time.
Today’s post tells you how planets can lose their atmospheres due to a star’s radiation – and what this means for exoplanets we have already found!
Do magma oceans help planets form and retain water oceans?