A look at some clever observing techniques to directly image exoplanets.
Astronomers model oceans outside of our Solar system and explore exotic planets.
We report on Day 3 of the virtual summer AAS meeting.
In our latest #UndergradResearch post, we learn how Kayli Glidic used eclipse spectra to characterize the atmosphere of a hot Jupiter.
What happens to planets when their host star dies? Today’s authors explore how HR 8799 could become a metal-polluted white dwarf in an unusual planetary system.
When the rotation of a star is misaligned from the orbits of its planets, astronomers often attribute the misalignment to planetary dynamics. In the case of K2-290 A, today’s authors instead attribute its misalignment to its stellar companion.