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1 Radar observations of Draconid outbursts | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | Oxford Academic
2 Fluid simulations of cosmic ray-modified shocks | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | Oxford Academic
3 Astronomers discover how to feed a black hole
4 Magnetic fields implicated in the mysterious midlife crisis of stars
5 Stellar mid-life crisis: Why the middle-aged Sun may sink into a period of low activity
6 The case for readdressing the three paradigms of basic astrophysics | OUPblog
7 Three dwarf spheroidal galaxies found to rotate
8 Three Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies Discovered to Be Rotating in Orbit Around the Milky Way
9 Pulsating iron spectral features in the emission of X-ray pulsar V 0332+53
10 Science News Releases
11 Kepler telescope glimpses population of free-floating planets
12 Stars Experience a 'Midlife Crisis' When They Become Inactive, Astronomers Say
13 Intriguing layer close to solar surface where Sun's internal rotation profile changes explained
14 GALAH+ survey: Third data release | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | Oxford Academic
15 OHIO physicists are getting even closer to the Big Bang, thanks to a new way to examine light from the past
16 On planetary systems as ordered sequences | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | Oxford Academic
17 Indian Scientists Find Explanation of Sun's Intriguing Layer Where Its Internal Rotation Changes Sharply | The Weather Channel
18 Global project observes rare meteor showers and meteorite falls
19 Satellite Galaxies Can Carry On Forming Stars When They Pass Close To Their Parent Galaxies
20 correct sense of faraday rotation | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | Oxford Academic
21 cosmic dispersion measure in the EAGLE simulations | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | Oxford Academic
22 A large tidal stream observed in the Sombrero galaxy
23 Evidence that short-period AM CVn systems are diverse in outburst behaviour
24 Transgender astronomers speak out about outdated name change policies
25 Improved time-delay lens modelling and H0 inference with transient sources
26 Fast magnetoacoustic wave trains: from tadpoles to boomerangs
27 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters | Oxford Academic
28 Planet Hunters TESS III: two transiting planets around the bright G dwarf HD 152843
29 Chemically homogeneous evolution: a rapid population synthesis approach
30 Multifrequency observations of SGR J1935+2154 | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | Oxford Academic
31 Indian & Nepalese astrophysicists' study explains why some stars have 'midlife crises';
32 Black swans in astronomical data | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | Oxford Academic
33 Planetary shields will buckle under stellar winds from their dying stars
34 phase-space structure of dark matter haloes | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | Oxford Academic
35 cool and inflated progenitor candidate for the Type Ib supernova 2019yvr at 2.6 yr before explosion
36 Overconstrained models of time delay lenses redux: how the angular tail wags the radial dog
37 Impact of surface heterogeneity on IR line profiles of adsorbed carbon monoxide on models of interstellar grain surfaces
38 Dozens of starless 'rogue' alien planets possibly spotted
39 Unexpected LIGO events and the mirror world | Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society | Oxford Academic
40 Eight new millisecond pulsars from the first MeerKAT globular cluster census
41 Magnetosphere Would Probably Not Provide Protection When the Sun Dies, What Would Happen Then?
42 Astronomers use artificial intelligence to reveal the true shape of universe
43 Giant Stellar Stream Spotted around Sombrero Galaxy | Astronomy
44 Astronomers Discover Cosmic Cloud Bigger Than Milky Way Galaxy
45 Are Earth-like biospheres rare?
46 Indian Researchers Reveal Mysterious Phase Of Stars | Mysterious Phase Of Stars
47 Indian researchers spot rare superluminous supernova illuminating with borrowed energy source
48 Videos of cosmic proportions
49 NU astrophysicists develop largest-ever star formation simulation
50 Spectacular 'honeycomb heart' revealed in iconic stellar explosion
51 Satellites contribute significant light pollution to night skies
52 Astronomers spot a 'blinking giant' near the center of the Galaxy
53 Astronomer reveals never-before-seen detail of the center of our galaxy: New image made using NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory hints at previously unknown interstellar energy source at the Milky Way center
54 Black hole is closest to Earth, among the smallest ever discovered
55 Star's death will play a mean pinball with rhythmic planets
56 Astronomers Are Zeroing In On The Birth Of The First Stars
57 Astronomers discover a massive star cluster, of intermediate age, in the constellation Scutum
58 New study suggests supermassive black holes could form from dark matter
59 Astronomers model, determine how disk galaxies evolve so smoothly • News Service • Iowa State University
60 The secrets of 3000 galaxies laid bare
61 'The Unicorn' is the closest known black hole to Earth | TheHill
62 Big Data to model the evolution of the cosmic web
63 Scientists discover the closest black hole to Earth so far, dubbed 'The Unicorn'
64 Astronomers offer possible explanation for elusive dark-matter-free galaxies: Extreme tidal mass loss in dwarf galaxies formed in a simulation
65 The GRANTECAN discovers the largest cluster of galaxies known in the early universe
66 A Black Hole’s Lunch: Stellar Spaghetti
67 RAS warns of growing light pollution as satellite fleets expand – Astronomy Now
68 Space scientists solve a decades-long gamma-ray burst puzzle
69 An astronomer spent a year working on image of Milky Way's 'downtown'
70 Dark matter may slow the rotation of the Milky Way’s central bar of stars
71 Mystery object blotted out a giant star for 200 days
72 Watch this beautiful, high-resolution simulation of how stars are born
73 Study finds nowhere on Earth is safe from satellite light pollution
74 Stars go through 'midlife crisis': Indian, Nepalese scientists decode stellar lifecycles in new study
75 Smile, wave: Some exoplanets may be able to see us, too
76 What if the black hole at the center of the Milky Way is actually a mass of dark matter?
77 Stellar flares can lead to diminishment of a planet's habitability
78 Stunning simulation of stars being born is most realistic ever
79 Astronomers discover new 'fossil galaxy' buried deep within the Milky Way
80 Citizen Scientists Discover Two Gaseous Planets around a Bright Sun-like Star
81 Astronomers keep finding mysterious circular rings in the sky and don't know how to explain them
82 We're entombing the Earth in an impenetrable shell of dead satellites
83 Habitable Planets With Earth-Like Biospheres May Be Much Rarer Than Thought
84 The Milky Way may have grown up faster than astronomers suspected
85 Chandra Spots a Cosmic Amethyst in a Dying Star
86 Searching for Life on Earth and in Our Galaxy
87 A proliferation of space junk is blocking our view of the cosmos, research shows
88 A mysterious star near galactic centre appears to have `blinked`
89 Astronomers report two new space oddities
90 Scientists peer into the 3D structure of the Milky Way
91 Seeing dark matter in a new light
92 Astronomers create largest map of the universe’s dark matter
93 Radio astronomers discover 8 new millisecond pulsars Millisecond pulsars are neutron stars, the most compact star
94 Supersonic winds, rocky rains forecasted on lava planet
95 Astronomers spot bizarre, never-before-seen activity from one of the strongest magnets in the universe