Cool, hazy exoplanets might look a lot like Saturn’s moon Titan. Today’s post explores the possible atmospheres of exo-Titans around a variety of host stars.
This bite lays out the Nashville Recommendations, from the Inclusive Astronomy meeting in 2015.
So far, Gravitational Lensing has allowed us to observe distant faint galaxies or supernovae. Its time to observe individual stars now.
Black holes, space travel and Hawaii. Meet Chris Impey before his out of this world keynote at #AAS230
When it comes to habitability for Earth-like life, we’ve got more than just liquid water to worry about. Today’s astrobite looks at how planets could lose portions of their atmospheres to quasar radiation.
Planetary scientist Konstantin Batygin discusses the elusive Planet Nine and how he fell into astrophysics whilst waiting for his rock band to become the next Metallica.