By determining the precise ages of stars in our galaxy, today’s Astrobite focuses on piecing together a detailed history of our own Milky Way.
Today’s authors take a multi-faceted approach to characterising a benchmark subgiant star using asteroseismology, interferometry, and spectroscopy.
Could the surface of Earth’s only natural satellite hold the key to understanding early activity of our own star? Today’s paper investigates the Moon’s composition to find out more.
A look at how magnetic braking can erase the extended main sequence turn-off feature in old stellar clusters.
New data from Gaia shows that the white dwarf GD 50 is part of the co-moving group of stars AB Doradus. What does this tell us about the group?
Astronomy and exoplanet science are entering into an era of unprecedented precision. Check out Dr. Keivan Stassun’s plenary talk at #AAS232 to learn more!