Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

A new possible explanation for the Hubble tension

A solution to one of the great mysteries of cosmology.

Spider pulsars- 17,700 light-years away- destroying nearby stars

The combined data allowed researchers to better understand how spider pulsars prey on their companion stars.

Astronomy’s new frontier: Triple systems in massive ‘Be stars’ uncovered

The stars move across the night sky, over long periods like 10 years, and short periods of around six months.

Fast radio bursts from distant neutron stars

“Starquakes” could explain mystery signals.

The Hyades star cluster may contain the nearest black holes to Earth

Black holes are one of the most mysterious and fascinating phenomena in the Universe.

First observational evidence that a low-mass star can emit gamma radiation

First observational evidence of gamma-ray emission in young Sun-like stars.

Chemical mapping reveals the Milky Way’s spiral arms

Identifying regions of the Milky Way’s spiral arms that have previously gone undetected.

Webb discovers dust reservoirs in two supernovae

NASA James Webb space telescope reveals a dust source in early galaxies,

Astronomers discover dramatic black hole switch-on

New research expands understanding of supermassive black holes' capabilities.

Evidence found for the existence of the amino acid tryptophan in space

The temperature of the tryptophan is about 280 Kelvin, or 7 degrees Celsius.

Astronomers identified four new exoplanets playing ‘hide and seek’

The planets are the size of Neptune or slightly smaller with 4.9 and 3.4 Earth radii.

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