Turning Data Into Knowledge: Data Science in Astronomy and Beyond
Detecting the Shadow of the Black Hole in M87
Supermassive black holes in all their guises
How exoplanets are affected by their host stars
SPICA – a joint infrared space observatory
Massive pulsars in compact binaries
Cosmo-chemical, structural, and dynamical clues on the origin of the Solar System
New insights into Fast Radio Bursts and Radio Pulsars
Plasma heating and particle acceleration by magnetic reconnection in solar and stellar flares
Radiation mechanism of Fast Radio Bursts
Speeding the spinning top with wind-captured discs and clumpy wind accretion in Supergiant X-ray binaries
The next phase of time domain astronomy
Atmospheres of alien worlds: challenges and opportunities with transmission spectroscopy
Information Field Theory : turning data into images
The electromagnetic emission from the first GW detected neutron star merger
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.
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