New ALMA observations reveal a forming star as it launches a wind from the edge of the disk that feeds it.
ALMA, the largest telescope array in the world, took a look at the Hubble Ultra Deep Field, and revealed the cosmic history of star formation.
New observations suggest that stars were forming just 250 million years after the Big Bang — a record-breaker that will likely open a new line of cosmological inquiry.
Two studies of distant galaxy clusters point to different mechanisms of stopping the baby boom that reigned in the early universe.
New images of four circumstellar disks suggest that the star formation process is much more violent than previously thought.