A look at some clever observing techniques to directly image exoplanets.
Special Delivery! Could the Earth’s water have arrived from the asteroid belt?
The Fault in our Star (Populations): Solving the Multiple Stellar Populations Problem with Dark Matter
Globular clusters have puzzled astronomers with the presence of different distinct populations of stars; is dark matter a possible solution to this problem?
Did ‘Oumuamua originate in a nearby Giant Molecular Cloud? Today’s authors continue the debate surrounding the mysterious origins of our first interstellar visitor!
Today’s paper sets out to quantify the probability that the gases Cassini measured in Enceladus’ plumes might have a biological origin!
A newly discovered Globular Cluster is one of the most massive and metal-poor in the Galaxy. In today’s paper, we examine the stars inside the cluster to see where it stands on the metal-poor podium.