Massive black holes in the cosmos
Interstellar dust chemistry revealed through X-ray high-resolution spectroscopy
Red Supergiants: how massive stars look right before they die
Supernova remnant — progenitor connection
Life as we know it uses a wealth of organic molecules, the majority of which is synthesized by life itself.
Gravitational waves, X-ray binaries and supernovae - a new era of multidisciplinary research
Galaxy formation with resolved feedback from massive stars
The Puzzle of Multiple Populations in Globular Clusters
Recent Observational Puzzles from Tidal Disruption Flares: Towards Viable Probes in the LSST Era
The surprising look of massive stars before death
GWTC-1: Gravitational-Wave Transient Catalog of Compact Binary Mergers Observed by LIGO and Virgo during the First and Second Observing Runs
The chemical composition of globular clusters throughout the Local Group
Intermediate mass black holes
Twins and Genomics: results from twin research in the Netherlands
Mass loss of evolved stars: high angular resolution results
Strange beasts in the exoplanet zoo
The interior of Jupiter revealed by Juno
Uncovering the nature of dark matter with stellar streams in the Milky Way
Cool and Luminous Outbursts from Merging Binary Stars
Outflows from X-ray binaries
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