Gas giant planets are most common around metal-rich stars. But are the planets themselves also metal-rich?
Ever wanted to estimate some cosmological parameters but your MCMC chains are too slow? Check out today’s paper for a method to speed up your estimation using iterative emulation.
Evaporating close-in planets could be found more efficiently if you look for them around stars enshrouded in the escaping planetary material.
The TESS mission has found an Earth-like planet in the habitable zone of its star, but the question of how the system formed is baffling astronomers.
Cosmology aims to answer questions about the universe a long, long time ago… but it isn’t just about galaxies far, far away. Come learn what dwarf galaxies can tell us about the early universe from Prof. Dan Weisz’s talk at #AAS235!
“The Milky Way is boring and we already know everything about it!” Amazing—every word of what you just said… is wrong. Come learn the truth at Prof. Jo Bovy’s talk at #AAS235!