What happens when you take an Earth-like planet and tilt it nearly on its side? For life, its not as crazy as it sounds.
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How do you tilt Uranus all the way on its side? A circumplanetary disk might do the trick.
When moons and rings orbit together, the results can be crazy. This paper proposes three regimes to more easily understand these complex interactions.
In his new book, astronomer and former NASA Chief Historian Steven Dick outlines a classification system for all of astronomy. Will it catch on?