Will Betelgeuse go supernova in the next few decades? This paper suggests so…
Spotting the Difference: Supermassive Black Holes in Cosmological Simulations Don’t Match Observations
Cosmological simulations are supposed to recreate the observed Universe, but they don’t always match up. Today’s paper shows what we can learn when part of a simulation doesn’t reflect reality.
There’s a cluster of stars near the Milky Way’s center whose distribution and age puzzles scientists. Could an intermediate-mass black hole be the light that reveals the mystery?
Could interactions between a magma ocean and early hydrogen rich atmosphere have created liquid water on Earth?
In today’s bite, we look at how machine learning allows us to get a sharper image of our favorite space donut, the M87 black hole!
The existence of distant quasars requires the formation of supermassive stars in the very early universe. But is it possible to form supermassive stars so early? Find out in today’s bite!