New observations of pulsing variable stars weigh in on the Hubble tension. Find out how in this Astrobite!
How would the LSST have to survey the sky in order to study dark energy?
We report on Day 4 of the winter AAS meeting in Seattle, WA. Highlights include an exploding space cow, a discussion of data in astronomy, the latest look at the possibility of life beyond earth, and an exploration of climate impact much closer to home.
We can learn a lot about the history of the universe from the stars we see in the night sky today. In today’s astrobite, we look at the history that certain carbon-enhanced, metal-poor stars might be trying to tell.
There ain’t no gosh darn part (of this Astrobite about star formation in dwarf galaxies) you can’t tweet.
A supernova that Tycho Brahe studied in 1572 may yet have something to tell us about what causes supernovae.