On KELT-16b you would melt. I would melt too. A look at an exciting and newly discovered Hot Jupiter, and why KELT-16b is a valuable addition to the group of boiling gas giant planets, and a fantastic target for future atmospheric studies.
Measuring exoplanet composition by studying a white dwarf’s atmosphere
Theres trouble brewing in the field of cosmology, as astrophysicists attempt to understand the latest measurements of the Hubble constant.
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).