In today’s bite, we push Bayes’ theorem to the limits, in an attempt to make predictions about the prevalence of habitable planets covered in ocean.
In this bite we dig into the details of the recent discovery of 7 habitable zone planets orbiting TRAPPIST-1.
In this bite, we talk about observations of substructure in a young circumstellar debris disk. What can the formation of multiple debris dust rings tell us?
Today we look at a polluted white dwarf in a binary system: by calculating how many sperm whales accrete onto the white dwarf each second, can we say anything about planet formation?
Today, we’re taking a look at a recently discovered planet, which is almost 10,000 light years away from Earth, and as such one of the most distant planets ever discovered.