Brown Dwarfs can have swirling cloudy atmospheres just like their planetary cousins, but, as observed from the ground, the subject of today’s bite isn’t quite so variable after all.
HAT-P-7b was one of the first exoplanets with evidence of atmospheric variability, but hold off on your application to be its resident weather forecaster! Today’s paper casts a shadow on the original detection…
Impacts might have been a disaster for the Titanic, but on Titan, they could explain some intriguing atmospheric anomalies! Today’s paper investigates the influence of meteors on Saturn’s largest moon
JWST has not been without controversy. Why do many astronomers want it to be renamed, and what are the implications as we move into a new era of astronomy?
Iron-rich with a lightning-fast 8 hour orbit, is GJ 367b the Tony Stark of exoplanets? Probably not, but today’s paper is yet another incredible discovery from TESS!