How much carbon dioxide is too much? Is the habitable zone always habitable? To answer these questions, today’s authors turn up the heat and shove it into overdrive on the highway to the Venus zone!
Planet formation is dynamic, and different planet formation models can produce dramatically different planetary atmospheres. Today’s bite discusses a new framework developed to tackle this problem, and shines some light on the formation of the exoplanet HR 8799e.
It doesn’t seem like hurricanes on Earth can have anything to do with planet formation. But don’t be fooled! Find out in today’s bite, what the connection is.
Sometimes, it takes a village to find a planet. Today’s authors pinned down a big one!
Binary star systems host exoplanets too! But are planetary orbits aligned or misaligned relative to the stellar companion?
HAT-P-7b was one of the first exoplanets with evidence of atmospheric variability, but hold off on your application to be its resident weather forecaster! Today’s paper casts a shadow on the original detection…