AAS Nova Research Highlights

Are There More Stars Like Boyajian’s Star?

We thought that the bizarre dimming events of Boyajian’s star made it a one-of-a-kind source. But what if it isn’t?

Constraining Collisions of Dark Matter

A new study sheds some light on mysterious dark matter using faint satellite galaxies around the Milky Way.

Radio Pulsars: How Slow Do They Go?

Pulsars aren't always speedy spinners! Astrobites reports on the slowest-spinning radio pulsar yet discovered.

Featured Image: Making Molecules on Dust

Laboratory astrophysics experiments are giving us an up-close look at how complex molecules can form on the surfaces of dust grains.

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