The Tarantula nebula is a region of extreme star formation located in a satellite galaxy of […]
Most star clusters at an intermediate age (1-2 Gyr) in the Magellanic Clouds show a puzzling […]
  Using ESO’s Very Large Telescope, an international team of astronomers have found the hottest and […]
De Mink & Belcynski, (2015, accepted for publication in ApJ) With the advanced Gravitational Wave detectors […]
Oxygen Wolf-Rayet (WO) stars represent a very rare late stage in the evolution of massive stars. […]
The nearby dwarf starburst galaxy NGC5253 hosts a number of young, massive star clusters, the two […]
The star cluster Westerlund 2 is one of the most massive young star clusters known in the Milky Way. […]
Dorottya Szecsi’s new paper presents an extensive grid of models of massive stars for the galaxy with […]
The initial distribution of spin rates of massive stars is a fingerprint of their elusive formation […]
Early B-type stars, are the little brothers of the brighter, hotter and more massive O type stars, which […]