For the first time, scientists have measured the strength of magnetic fields near supermassive black holes and something doesn’t add up.
A survey of a molecular cloud has found that the organic chemical makeup of protostars varies considerably.
The stars align. That’s what you say, when things work out perfectly. In the case of an eclipse, of course, it’s not stars that align but rather the moon and sun.
A collaborative effort used data from NASA’s Juno spacecraft to explain the transient auroras found on Jupiter.
Amanda Alvarez writes about Steven Rieder and his research in modeling clusters of growing new stars.