Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

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.

Scientists successfully mapped the magnetic field of our Galaxy

A new microwave map of the Milky Way and beyond.

Little ‘hurricanes’ can be used to study certain aspects of planet formation

A method to constrain a planet’s mass or age.

Study explains the mysterious gamma-ray-producing bubbles surrounding the galactic center

Evidence shows strong outflowing winds responsible for the “Fermi bubbles”.

Astronomers may have uncovered how galaxies change their shape

The study may have answered a decades-old question about galaxy evolution.

Astronomers observe intra-group light between galaxies

The brightest parts of the intra-group light are ~50 times fainter than the darkest night sky on Earth.

Planets can be an anti-aging formula for stars

The team examined systems containing a star orbited by a hot Jupiter.

A unique black hole discovered spewing a fiery jet at another galaxy

The black hole is hosted by a galaxy around one billion light years away from Earth.

Gravitational interactions drive Milky Way’s galactic bar bulges

Is over-eating to blame for bulges in milky way bar?

Red giant Betelgeuse changed its color some 2,000 years ago

The interdisciplinary team around Jena astrophysicist utilized observations from antiquity.

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