From neutron stars, to black holes, to tidal disruption events, to gravitational wave sources, to neutrinos, to cosmic rays: Out There Now shares the latest, most eye-catching research results with you.
In this episode, we share three new results on the outburst of the newly discovered transient ASSASN-18fv; plus, the X-ray observatory NICER discovers millisecond pulsations from the neutron star IGR J17379-3747.
After the show, we invite you to examine the results even further at our website, and join the discussion online at Twitter using #OutThereNow.
In this podcast:
- ATel #11504, Radio Observations of Nova Muscae 2018 and Nova Carinae 2018 (ASASSN-18fv)
- ATel #11506, Near-IR Spectroscopy of ASASSN-18fv
- ATel #11507, NICER discovers millisecond pulsations from the neutron star LMXB IGR J17379-3747
- ATel #11508. BRITE nanosatellite serendipitously captures oscillatory rise and fall of ASASSN-18fv