The African continent will soon host a number of massive astronomy projects. Today we’ll look at two collaborations that are helping to bring out the continent’s requisite human potential.
Today we take a scorching look at clouds on the hottest planets, and see if they can help resolve a longstanding puzzle of hot Jupiter atmospheres.
As the era of transiting exoplanet science dawned, one 1999 survey of a globular cluster came up with a null result. But does that result mean the same thing now?
In between the 2010 and 2020 decadal surveys is a Midterm Assessment. We’ll get a look at how this panel thinks things have things changed since 2010.
Today we try to get a sense of what near-in and hot dust disks are like around other stars. Aside from being interesting in its own right, the nature of ‘exozodis’ will offer more clarity for planning exoplanet direct-imaging missions.