Latest Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Stories
A CSIRO study has shown why the lights are going out in the Universe.
Astronomers from the Armagh Observatory in Northern Ireland have found that a recently discovered asteroid has been following the Earth in its motion around the Sun for at least the past 250,000 years, and may be intimately related to the origin of our planet.
A team of astronomers from the UK, the US and Europe have identified a thick stellar disc in the nearby Andromeda galaxy for the first time.
A team of astronomers led by graduate student Naslim and her supervisor Dr Simon Jeffery from Armagh Observatory in Northern Ireland has found what at first sight appears to be the most zirconium-rich star ever discovered.
An international team of astronomers have discovered a unique and exotic star system with a very cool methane-rich (or T-) dwarf star and a â€˜dyingâ€™ white dwarf stellar remnant in orbit around each other.
With the help of the army of volunteers working on the Galaxy Zoo 2 â€˜citizen scienceâ€™ project, an international team of scientists have discovered that the bars found in many spiral galaxies could be helping to kill them off.
A team of astronomers has found evidence that the universe may have gone through a warming trend early in its history.
Many of the Milky Wayâ€™s ancient stars are remnants of other smaller galaxies torn apart by violent galactic collisions around five billion years ago.
Using two of the worldâ€™s largest telescopes, an international team of astronomers have found evidence of a collision between galaxies driving intense activity in a highly luminous quasar.
For the first time, a team of astronomers has succeeded in investigating the earliest phases of the evolutionary history of our home Galaxy, the Milky Way.
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