Wednesday, June 7, 2023

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Best evidence yet for the presence of a rare class of intermediate-sized black holes

Hubble hunts for intermediate-sized black hole close to home.

Scientists observed X-ray emission of the most luminous quasar

An X-ray look at the heart of powerful quasars.

Astronomers uncovered the largest cosmic explosion ever witnessed

The explosion is more than ten times brighter than any known supernova.

Astronomers developed an AI to communicate their stellar research better

Distilling technical astronomy terminology into simple, understandable English.

An explosion the size of our solar system baffled scientists

The flattest explosion ever seen in space.

Scientists discovered one of the biggest black holes ever found

An object over 30 billion times the mass of our Sun.

Astrophysicists shed new light on the state of the Universe 13 billion years ago

Tracing 13 billion years of history by the light of ancient quasars.

A rapidly growing black hole discovered in one of the most extreme galaxies

The discovery provides new clues on the formation of the very first supermassive black holes.

Hubble, for the first time, directly measured the mass of a lone white dwarf

The unique observation yields insights into theories of the structure and composition of white dwarfs.

Astronomers measured the cosmic age of a most distant galaxy

This discovery confirms the existence of galaxies in the very early Universe found by the JWST.

Starry tail describes the evolution of a dwarf galaxy

This is an important clue for understanding how so called “ultra-diffuse” galaxies are formed.

Astronomers captured a radio signal from the most distant galaxy

Probing galaxies at much greater distances from Earth may now be within reach.

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