by Lili Alderson | Apr 12, 2022 | Daily Paper Summaries
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…
by Lili Alderson | Apr 2, 2022 | Daily Paper Summaries
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
by Lili Alderson | Dec 19, 2021 | Current Events
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?
by Lili Alderson | Dec 11, 2021 | Daily Paper Summaries
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!
by Lili Alderson | Oct 11, 2021 | Daily Paper Summaries
Magnetism is an important but often neglected mechanism in the study of exoplanets, but how does it affect their atmospheres? Check out today’s paper to find out!