This week we’re celebrating this year’s astronomical awardees for the Nobel Prize in Physics. Today’s Bite investigates the third and final 2020 Physics Nobel Laureate, Roger Penrose.
Today’s undergraduate research post features a student who measures the white dwarf mass-radius relation using thousands of stars and a neat effect predicted by general relativity
Fast radio bursts have unknown origins, but today’s guest post discusses one possibility: interacting BNS systems.
Can a chain reaction in the magnetic field supply the energy to keep the solar atmosphere at a temperature of several million Kelvin?
Can a giant, dense disk at the outer reaches of our Solar System explain a perplexing set of observations? Read on to find out more!
Have you ever wondered how you could build an atom out of a black hole and some bosons? Why of course you have!