What happens when you take an Earth-like planet and tilt it nearly on its side? For life, its not as crazy as it sounds.
What can we say about planet formation around the smallest stars in the universe?
Sunlight fuels photosynthesis here on Earth, which in turn sustains all life on our planet. But how would this crucial process work on planets which orbit fainter stars?
In this paper, the authors discuss a unique system called TOI-1130 which contains both a hot Jupiter and a mini-Neptune.
In the era of precise exoplanet detection, what fundamental limit does stellar variability place on exoplanet properties?
An international team of astronomers discover an ultra-hot Jupiter where liquid iron literally rains from the skies.