Bizarre transits, century-long dimming, and now…brightening spells?
200 years ago, Joseph Fourier had an idea that added a whole new dimension to physics.
New astronomy is published every day, but are we actually learning from it?
Sometimes, computers are too slow to get the job done. These researchers found a faster way to predict whether planetary systems are stable.
Some planets have atmospheres, and some don’t. What gives?