The biggest exoplanets could have heat in their deep interiors – what impacts might that have on their atmospheres?
Interpreting observations of an exoplanet’s atmosphere can be tricky, but in today’s astrobite, planetary rings could be the missing piece of the puzzle
Today’s bite takes a look at the brown dwarf KELT-1b and the curious results of recent observations of its atmosphere
Satellite constellations are changing ground-based astronomy with every new launch. How can we quantify their impacts, and can anything be done to mitigate them?
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.