Ever wondered how astronomers study the structure of our own Galaxy from within? Read on to find out how the Gaia mission helps us in this regard!
What does the surface of a star look like? Today’s authors observe ζ And using long-baseline interferometry to find out!
Today’s authors work out a full orbital solution for a binary microlensing system, indicating the method’s potential to probe the mass distribution of dark objects.
Using new observations from the UVCANDELS survey, a possible link between recent star formation, merger frequency, and the size-mass evolution of massive, quiescent galaxies is investigated.
Today’s authors have possibly found a new type of variable star in a class of massive supergiant stars.
How can we learn about the atmospheres of faint, low metallicity brown dwarfs? Why, with a model, of course!