We all know planets form around stars, can planet formation occur around something much more exotic?
The fastest Main Sequence star yet probably came from the Galactic Center.
A study of star clusters in the Milky Way has uncovered a peculiar trend in the way they are arranged.
The key to understanding how these worlds are built is to consider where they are missing.
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?