Today’s authors use stellar chemistry and kinematics to identify the moment our Milky Way cooked up its disk.
So you have a planet with a cold atmosphere orbiting a really hot star? Find out in today’s bite why this gives you the water and CO emission features you are looking for!
Do you like red (super)giants, neutron stars, supernovae, and/or gravitational waves? Then this bite is for you!
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, Stan DeLaurentiis asks how reliable our Hα measurements of low-mass stars really are? And are they really solely influenced by a star’s magnetic activity?
Today’s guest post looks a gas cloud situated between galaxies that seems to lack the presence of metals!
How can studying white dwarfs help us understand the composition of planets? Find out in today’s guest post!