AAS Nova Research Highlights

When Dark Matter Gets Fuzzy

What model of dark matter best describes our universe? A new study uses a unique region in our own galaxy to constrain one particular model: that of fuzzy dark matter.

The Deepening Mystery of White Dwarf GD 394

TESS has been up to more than just finding planets! The spacecraft recently provided insight into an oddly behaving white dwarf.

Formalde-hyde and Seek

A report from Astrobites explores the origins of complex molecules within protoplanetary disks, focusing on formaldehyde.

Identifying a Slow Planet from a Single TESS Transit

A new study shows it's possible to efficiently hunt down a wide-orbit planet starting from only one observed transit.

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