Today’s authors search for polka dots of concentrated magnetic flux on the surface of a subgiant star.
Astronomers have a challenging task ahead of them — to find young exoplanets in protoplanetary disks. Machine Learning could potentially come to the rescue.
So far, astronomers have no confirmed detections of planets outside our Galaxy. Today’s paper searches for planets of extragalactic origin, from a dwarf galaxy that has since merged into the Milky Way halo.
Following yesterday’s release of the First JWST Deep Field, more images from JWST’s first release were shared today. Today’s bite takes a look at the five targets and their histories.
Fabienne Nail writes about how magnetic fields can make modelling atmospheric escape for TRAPPIST-1e and other exoplanets much more difficult.
Read on for our 3rd installment of AAS 240 coverage — Day 3 / Wednesday