AAS Nova Research Highlights

Accretion in Action in an Angled Disk

How does material move through an accretion disk to the young star at its center? Surprising detections from a fortuitously angled disk provide clues.

Molecular Clouds All the Way Down

Astrobites discusses whether a well-known correlation in star formation holds on the scale of a single molecular cloud.

Jumping the Gap to Probe Large Black Holes

Gravitational-wave detectors may soon find a new population of huge black holes. What can we hope to learn from them?

Searching for Universal Acceleration

Is dark matter the cause of strange behavior in galactic outskirts? Or is something else at work? Scientists have turned to elliptical galaxies in search of new clues.

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