The latest science from a few early-career researchers.
In the Triangulum Galaxy, over the course of a hundred thousand years, three supernova exploded from the same star cluster. The remains of these explosions have expanded into a trio of giant bubbles nested within each other.
The author revisits a seminal article that reviews our understanding of AGN feedback, and comes out extremely impressed with the status quo (and the parallels with fictional universes).
Researchers find a brown dwarf at the largest orbit yet discovered. Details on the star and it’s companion in today’s Astrobite.
How do we model stellar activity to disentangle planet signals from stellar activity using only RVs?
Using data obtained from surveys of stars in the Milky Way and some clever programming, it is now possible to find stellar siblings scattered throughout our Galaxy, and thus obtain invaluable information on its evolution.