AAS Nova Research Highlights

Capturing Solar Flares with the Collapsing Trap Model

Researchers search for an explanation for the bright X-ray emission seen high in the Sun's atmosphere before a solar flare.

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The Life and Times of Immortal Stars

Stars embedded in the disks surrounding active galactic nuclei might have discovered the fountain of youth. What are the consequences of stellar immortality?

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What Goes Bump in the Night: Superluminous Supernovae Show Bumps and Wiggles at Late Times

Astrobites reports on the odd bumps and wiggles that can appear late in the evolution of superluminous supernovae.

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Surveying Young Stars in the North America and Pelican Nebulae

Astronomers scour Zwicky Transient Facility data to search for stellar variability in a famous Milky Way nebular complex.

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