Today’s paper reports evidence for a new exomoon Kepler-1708 b-i, a mini-Neptune sized moon orbiting a Jupiter-like planet!
Today’s paper sets out to quantify the probability that the gases Cassini measured in Enceladus’ plumes might have a biological origin!
Modern science increasingly relies on code, from small scripts to workflows with many interacting parts. Today’s post discusses practices that can make your code cleaner, robust and more accessible!
Our first interstellar comet visitor, 2I/Borisov, has already provided clues to the diversity in composition of planetary systems!
As the field of exoplanet atmospheric science rapidly moves towards understanding these fascinating worlds as complex, three-dimensional entities, today’s paper explores how we can find non-uniform cloud cover on exoplanets using JWST!