Monday, September 26, 2022

The Astrophysical Journal

Astronomers find spiraling stars in the center of a star cluster

NASA's Hubble finds spiraling stars, providing a window into the early universe.

Milky Way is somewhat normal but not completely normal

This result is important for understanding to what extent we can apply what we know about the local environment.

Supergiant star Betelgeuse is slowly recovering after blowing its top

The monster star had a never-before-seen titanic eruption.

EHT imaged a violent supermassive black hole with a helically bent jet

Resolving the core of the distant blazar.

Nearly half the stars in the Galaxy are formed in binary/multiple stellar systems

The denser and more turbulent environments tend to form multiple stars.

Astronomers spotted some of the most elusive stuff in our universe

Astronomers are helping find the missing universe.

Why does the inside of the solar system not spin faster?

An old mystery has a possible new solution.

Solving one of the biggest open questions about dark matter’s nature

Revealing the secret language of dark matter

Strange star survived the thermonuclear supernova

It actually became even brighter after a supernova.

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