by Lina Kimmig | Mar 25, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
The existence of distant quasars requires the formation of supermassive stars in the very early universe. But is it possible to form supermassive stars so early? Find out in today’s bite!
by Lucie Rowland | Mar 8, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
In today’s paper, find out how a flying telescope can help astronomers learn more about the birthplaces of stars and planetary systems.
by Lynnie Saade | Mar 3, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
A mysterious streak appears in Hubble images. Could it be the starry wake left behind by an ejected black hole?
by Delaney Dunne | Feb 11, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
Galaxy mergers are violent places, which makes simulating their effects on fragile molecular clouds very difficult. The authors of today’s paper manage to do it anyway!
by Lucie Rowland | Feb 9, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
Investigating the physical properties of galaxies is key to our understanding of galaxy formation and evolution. With the power of the James Webb Space Telescope, astronomers are now able to investigate properties of huge numbers of galaxies in the early Universe.
by Clarissa Do O | Jan 25, 2023 | Daily Paper Summaries
Today’s post discusses the discovery of an unusual system: an ultra-cool brown dwarf orbiting a white dwarf!