AAS Nova Research Highlights

Red Dead Evolution

Most galaxies don't change on noticeable timescales — but Astrobites reports on some galaxies that completely transform themselves in just the first two billion years of the universe.

Featured Image: To Heat a White Dwarf

Simulations explore whether clusters of neon might be to blame for mysteriously warm white dwarfs.

A Terrestrial-Mass Planet on the Run?

A recent study has identified what may be the first terrestrial-mass rogue world we’ve spotted drifting through the galaxy.

Making Waves on the Sun

Sinuous, undulating waves in the Earth’s atmosphere play a large role in driving the weather patterns on our planet. Is this also happening on the Sun?

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