The discovery of PSR J0250+5854, the slowest radio pulsar, has everyone wondering – how slow does a pulsar need to spin before its radio beam turns off?
Are sunspots the key to answering the decades-old solar coronal heating problem? The authors of today’s paper observe a few sunspot groups to find out.
Planets are occasionally found swallowed by their dying host stars. Where and how often does this happen?
Radiation from massive stars can melt away protoplanetary disks. What can the leftover disks tell us about the environment from which they formed?
A mysterious type of matter, quark-gluon plasma, may lie at the heart of neutron stars.
The Sun is known to rotate differentially, which plays a large part in our understanding of solar physics. Do we see the same differential rotation in Solar analogues, 16 Cyg A & B?