We have found thousands of fully-formed planets, but how do we go about finding those that are hiding in their disks?
By determining the precise ages of stars in our galaxy, today’s Astrobite focuses on piecing together a detailed history of our own Milky Way.
A possible super-Earth was discovered 6 light years from us around Barnard’s star, but does it actually exist?
Titan might actually be more akin to Mars and Earth than we first thought.
Today’s paper explores different possibilities causing the brown dwarf CWW 89Ab to be overly bright.