An enchanting, new ground-based view of a supernova remnant

Echoes of stellar demise.

Dwarf galaxies use 10-million-year delay in blowing out the gas

Star-forming regions are able to hang on to their gas and dust.

An active stellar corpse shows signs of life after the star’s explosive death

With unprecedented flares, stellar corpse shows signs of life.

Scientists determine the thickness of neutron skin in lead-208 nuclei

This is the first measurement of the neutron skin of lead-208 using the strong force.

Violent material ejection process of a dying massive star observed

Such mass loss processes can provide essential information for understanding the final evolution of a massive star.

The world’s first 3D simulations uncover the exotic supernovae’s physics

World's first high-resolution 3D radiation hydrodynamics simulations for exotic supernovae!

New Webb’s observations offer a clue on how a supernova develops over time

Webb reveals new structures within iconic supernova.

Early, low-metallicity universe is fundamentally different from our own galaxy

Hubble, U-M astronomers pioneer study of massive stars.

Webb observed the chemical signature of carbon-rich dust grains in the early Universe

Webb sees carbon-rich dust grains in the first billion years of cosmic time.

Researchers detected the brightest gamma-ray burst

We expect to see one like this only every 10,000 years or so.

Black hole ripples may be able to measure the universe’s expansion

A new way to pin down the distance to these exotic objects.

An extremely warped supernova discovered

Its light was so warped by the gravity of another galaxy that it appears as multiple images in the sky.

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