In today’s paper, the authors test the theory that the earliest, metal-poorest stars are the primary source of binary black hole mergers.
We’re always told not to judge a book by it’s cover, but what about galaxies? Today’s authors try to find out!
Today’s author gets out their umbrella to model planets that graze their stellar hosts.
Can bigger planets form bigger moons when whacked with bigger rocks? Maybe not!
Making a star cluster from scratch is no easy task. Today’s paper addresses the big question: what does it take to get the recipe right?
How common are icy polar caps like ours on Earth-like exoplanets? Today’s paper explores the many versions of surface ice possible on Earth-like exoplanets, even including equatorial ice belts!