In today’s paper: how does tidal dissipation and gravitational wave emission affect the result of encounters between stars and black hole binaries in stellar clusters?
In today’s paper, the authors test the theory that the earliest, metal-poorest stars are the primary source of binary black hole mergers.
We report on Day 3 of the virtual events based around the cancelled winter AAS meeting.
Happy Red’s release week, swifties! Today we discuss a paper about RED giants, and how you can tell if they had undergone a merger or not!
You may have heard of the Fermi Paradox, but have you heard of the Red Sky Paradox? Statistics argue that unless common red dwarf star systems are less habitable, it’s pretty unusual that we orbit a sun-like star.
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, discover Dorsa Majidi’s research on what it takes to create a new type of evolved stellar object!