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!
We’ve seen supernovae, but what’s a kilonova? Professor Brian Metzger will tell us all about these high energy events in his talk at #AAS235.
Why do some dwarf galaxies exhibit such old stellar populations? Perhaps simulations of reionization including radiative transfer can help to explain this peculiar trait.