By the time a star becomes a white dwarf, much of its mass will have been lost. When does this mass loss occur and what drives it? Read today’s astrobite to find out.
Deep imaging of a nearby dwarf galaxy reveals a new globular cluster.
Gravity turns gas into stars. Today’s astrobite introduces a new way to study gravity’s pull in a molecular cloud – the birthplace of new stars.
M31 discovered to be blowing vast bubbles of gamma rays, just like our own galaxy.
Researchers find a brown dwarf at the largest orbit yet discovered. Details on the star and it’s companion in today’s Astrobite.
Red giant stars are bright enough to see at the center of our galaxy, but they are missing. A new study puts stars in a wind tunnel to explore a possible way to dim the lights.