AAS Nova Research Highlights

Heavy Metals Hint at an Unusually Dense White Dwarf

Titanium and chromium found in a supernova remnant suggest differences between exploding white dwarfs.

More Insight into Neutron Star Interiors

Recent X-ray observations of an enormous neutron star provide clues to its interior structure.

Fuel Reserves in Ancient Galaxies

Frenzied star formation in our universe slowed 8–10 billion years ago. A recent study explores how much fuel these galaxies had available for making stars.

Weighing a Protoplanetary Disk

How much matter is available to form baby planets in disks around young stars? Scientists have demonstrated a new approach to weighing disks.

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