If we know a star’s rotation we can calculate its age. But what happens if this rotation is affected by a nearby massive planet? And how much will this change our age estimate?
Planets are occasionally found swallowed by their dying host stars. Where and how often does this happen?
Visions of the future: A planetary fragment orbiting a long dead star offers a glimpse of the Solar System’s fate
Astronomers discover a planetary fragment that survived the destruction of its host star – offering insights into the future of planetary systems like our own.
A mysterious type of matter, quark-gluon plasma, may lie at the heart of neutron stars.
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?