AAS Nova Research Highlights

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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A Massive Reanalysis of Microlensing Events

Researchers have created the largest public catalog of fitted gravitational microlensing light curves, giving a boost to searches for exoplanets, isolated black holes, and more.

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A New Way to Probe the Early Universe

Have astronomers uncovered a new, powerful tool to probe the nature of dark matter at small scales?

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An Updated Weather Forecast for HAT-P-7b

Astrobites reports on an article that casts doubt on one of the first detections of variability in an exoplanet's atmosphere.

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