Don’t jet-off just yet, today’s astrobite covers a recent paper that surveys the exciting jets of the youngest stellar objects.
Who is phosphine and why do we care? Have we found alien life? or is it just rock farts? This astrobite summarizes the Nature paper describing the detection and potential implications of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus.
Today’s astrobite explores edge-on disks that can provide insight into how dust is transported in protoplanetary disks.
Today’s bite explores the origins of complex molecules within protoplanetary disks, focusing on formaldehyde.
How do you form Mercury, Venus, Earth AND Mars? The answer may surprise you! (or not ¯\_(ツ)_/¯)