17 January 2023

Highlights from AAS Nova: 1-14 January 2023

Kerry Hensley

Kerry Hensley American Astronomical Society (AAS)

AAS Nova provides brief highlights of recently published articles from the AAS journals, i.e., The Astronomical Journal (AJ), The Astrophysical Journal (ApJ), ApJ Letters, ApJ Supplements, The Planetary Science Journal, and Research Notes of the AAS. The website's intent is to gain broader exposure for AAS authors and to provide astronomy researchers and enthusiasts with summaries of recent, interesting research across a wide range of astronomical fields.

Image of the Sun rising behind the Earth's horizon with the text "Discover what's new in the universe", the AAS Nova logo, and "aasnova.org" superposed.


The following are the AAS Nova highlights from the past two weeks; follow the links to read more, or visit AAS Nova for more posts.

13 January 2023
AAS 241: Day 4
The final day of AAS 241 brought insights into exploding stars, exposition on open-source code, and a summary of a fantastic year of science with JWST.

12 January 2023
AAS 241: Day 3
Check out astrobites’s coverage of Day 3 of AAS 241 to learn about how astronomers unearth black holes, study tiny galaxies, and map magnetic fields!

11 January 2023
AAS 241: Day 2
Read about exoplanet discoveries, plasma raining down on the Sun, and much, much more in astrobites’s summary of Day 2 at AAS 241!

10 January 2023
AAS 241: Day 1
Check out summaries of plenaries, town halls, and lots of JWST news in astrobites’s coverage of Day 1 of AAS 241!

9 January 2023
AAS 241: Welcome!
This week we’ll be bringing you updates from the 241st AAS meeting, happening in Seattle, WA, and online.

6 January 2023
AAS Publishing at AAS 241 in Seattle (and Online!)
Will you be at the 241st American Astronomical Society meeting? We look forward to seeing you there!

4 January 2023
From the Laboratory to CW Leonis: A Hunt for a Metallic Molecule
What molecules are hiding in the spectrum of the sooty, dust-shrouded carbon star CW Leonis?

2 January 2023
New Insights into the Puzzle of NGC 1068
Astrobites reports on the active galactic nucleus–starburst composite galaxy NGC 1068 and a model for its multi-messenger emission.

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