AAS Nova Research Highlights

Testing Models of Main Sequence “Pulsars”

CU Virginis emits beams of radio waves like a pulsar — so what's going on in its magnetosphere? Astrobites reports.

Getting to Know Our Nearest Neighbors with ALMA

Scientists are using a powerful telescope to hunt for planets in our nearest star system, Alpha Centauri AB.

Radio Reports from GW170817 1,200 Days Since the Kilonova

Astrobites reports the latest updates from a neutron star collision that happened more than 3 years ago.

Featured Image: A New Tool for Exploring the Moon

After careful testing and calibration, the Chandrayaan-2 mission is now providing valuable information about the Moon.

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