TESS spots the brightest multi-planet host yet (not including the Sun)!
If we know a star’s rotation we can calculate its age. But what happens if this rotation is affected by a nearby massive planet? And how much will this change our age estimate?
We aren’t the only ones with gassy problems…why don’t sub-Saturns accrete enough gas to become full-blown Saturns or Jupiters?
Moons of exoplanets have not yet been conclusively. Today’s authors carefully re-evaluate some of the evidence for their own candidate detection of the first known exomoon.
Nothing is easy when you have two stars instead of one. Under the right circumstances, it can be especially hard to hold on to your atmosphere.
Planets are occasionally found swallowed by their dying host stars. Where and how often does this happen?