Astrobites reports on the formation of baby massive stars in nearby star-forming region W51.
The potential for liquid water is not the only factor when determining a planet’s habitability. One important consideration: whether the planet has a moon.
New measurements of a sample of dusty, star-forming galaxies have allowed us to learn more about the universe in its early years.
The young star Elias 2-27 is surrounded by a massive disk with spectacular spiral arms. A new study examines what caused its appearance.
Astrobites reports on how statistics can be used to distinguish between populations of hot Jupiters in a large sample.
The release of data from Gaia has allowed us to improve our understanding of the globular clusters that orbit the Milky Way.