AAS Nova Research Highlights

Featured Image: A Bent Radio Jet in a Galaxy Cluster

New observations provide a detailed look at radio emission from a powerful jet within the Perseus galaxy cluster.

As Different As Day and Night

Finding water on exoplanets is exciting enough, but we may also be able to use signs of water to learn more about a planet’s atmosphere.

Redefining a Heavy Collision

Could the biggest — literally — gravitational-wave discovery yet be something other than what it initially seemed?

A New Kind of Changing-Look AGN?

Astrobites explores the unusual X-ray properties of an active galactic nucleus recently caught changing its appearance.

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