Today’s authors investigate a young star hosting an exoplanet, and watch as its X-ray flares speed up the planet’s evaporation!
Today’s authors investigate the sudden re-appearance of X-ray emission from a star being eaten by a supermassive black hole!
The authors of today’s article argue that stripped B-type stars could be a source of false positives in the search for quiet, stellar-mass black holes in the Milky Way
Just before going supernova, some stars tend to have some gas problems, so why not simulate how?
Today’s authors search for polka dots of concentrated magnetic flux on the surface of a subgiant star.
Astronomers have a challenging task ahead of them — to find young exoplanets in protoplanetary disks. Machine Learning could potentially come to the rescue.