Where do stars get their lithium? Today’s paper attempts to answer this question using lithium-enriched stars and their doppelgängers.
In today’s paper, the authors describe and attempt a method to trace the evolution of our galaxy by comparing the ratio of oxygen isotopes in different regions of the Milky Way!
There’s a cluster of stars near the Milky Way’s center whose distribution and age puzzles scientists. Could an intermediate-mass black hole be the light that reveals the mystery?
Stars of various temperatures and sizes slow down at different rates– and to different extents. The authors of this paper address this distinction in a regime never before addressed observationally.
STARS IN THE DUST? Signs of Previously Unknown Companions in the Southern Ring Nebula, revealed by JWST
In today’s paper: the sensitivity and power of JWST has allowed scientists to discover signs of at least two, if not three, unknown companions to NGC 3132’s central star!
There is a tradition in Astronomy to post silly science papers to the arXiv on Aprils Fools day. We’ve collected them all for 2023 and provided some “peer review”