AAS Nova Research Highlights

Interstellar Travel with Sailing (Space) Ships

Astrobites reports on how sailing spaceships could be propelled by photons and particles from astrophysical sources, potentially approaching the speed of light.

Distant Metals Reveal the Universe’s Evolution

What can the metal-enriched gas surrounding distant galaxies tell us about how our universe evolved after the first sources of light appeared?

Signals from Neutron Star Binaries

Fast radio bursts are odd signals with (so far) unknown sources. Could binary neutron star systems play a role in this mystery?

Planetary Studies from a New Journal

The Planetary Science Journal has officially published its first issue. Read on for a look at the first articles included!

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