AAS Nova Research Highlights

An Update on the Mysterious Flashes of FRB 180916

Four recent studies have detailed some of the latest observations and theories of FRB 180916, a periodically repeating fast radio burst.

Spectral Line Survey Reveals New Molecules in Two Protoplanetary Disks

Astrobites reports on a new look at the chemistry of two nearby protoplanetary disks.

Featured Image: Clinging to an Atmosphere

Could TOI-700 d, an Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone of an early-type M-dwarf star, have held on to its atmosphere over long timescales?

A Young Population of Hidden Jets

A new study has revealed hidden young, powerful jets flung from around supermassive black holes in the distant universe.

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