AAS Nova Research Highlights

Taking Stock of Backyard Worlds

In the census of our solar neighborhood we’re missing a key population: the coolest, dimmest substar dwarfs that lurk nearby. A citizen science project has now tackled this problem.

Different Views of a Fast Radio Burst

What does a fast radio burst look like at different frequencies? And what can that tell us about them?

Forecasting Eruptions of Solar Flares

A new look at hundreds of past solar flares may help us predict when a solar flare will be accompanied by a potentially hazardous ejection of mass.

A Windy Day in the Milky Way

Astrobites reports on how winds in star clusters can drive dramatic turbulence in enormous, expanding superbubbles.

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