Today’s paper presents the physical properties of outflows in type 2 quasars and their role in AGN feedback.
Most galaxies take significant fractions of the age of the universe to noticeably change. Others transform themselves in the first two billion years of the universe. How does this happen?
Riddle of the day: What is something young and old, weak and powerful?
Today’s authors study one of the oldest known galaxies and its spectra to learn more about the early universe.
Scientists discover new dual luminous quasars, the most powerful and luminous couples in the Universe.
This month’s undergraduate research post features a student who looked at statistically improving extreme emission line galaxy identification in wide field surveys.