Can the Kuiper Belt’s mystery be uncovered with machine learning? This astrobrite article explores how researchers use advanced statistical techniques to calculate the dimension of our vast cosmic ring.
Today’s guest post by Joshua Lee discusses how one group used TESS asteroseismology to better characterize a star and its planet.
The author’s of today’s paper found that planets are made of unappetizing slushies!
Dust devils, also known as dusty vortices, are key to understanding Mars’ climate since they loft dust into the atmosphere, shaping the Martian environment. Today’s author discusses some dust devil data gathered by the Mars Environmental Dynamic Analyzer on the Perseverance rover.
Scientists have found a new condition in which life can travel through space! Read more…
Astronomers have a challenging task ahead of them — to find young exoplanets in protoplanetary disks. Machine Learning could potentially come to the rescue.