Reading between the lines of highly turbulent plasmas

Plasma, the ionised state of matter found in stars, is still not fully understood, largely due to its instability. Astrophysicists have long sought to develop models that can account for the turbulent motions inside plasma, ...

Why is the night sky black?

It sounds obvious. That's what night is. The sun has set and when you look up at the sky, it's black. Except where there's a star, of course. The stars are bright and shiny.

The kinematics of merging galaxies

The unprecedented sensitivity of space telescopes has powered a revolution over the past decade in our understanding of galaxies in the young universe during its first billion years of existence. These primitive objects are ...

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