AAS Nova Research Highlights

AAS Publishing News: The Unified Astronomy Thesaurus

Noticed a change in AAS journal keywords? Here's why we're using a new system, and what it could do for the field.

An Extreme Pulsar Seen in Gamma Rays

One of the fastest spinning radio pulsars known has now been detected to pulse in gamma rays, too.

You Spin Me Right Round: Stellar Rotation with Asteroseismology

How a star spins can significantly impact its evolution — yet stellar rotation remains poorly understood. Astrobites reports on what we can learn by studying stellar pulsations.

Mass-ive Implications for Exoplanetary Atmospheres

To study the atmosphere of an exoplanet, it turns out we need to have a solid handle on its mass.

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