M dwarfs are known to be really active when they’re young, which is bad for habitability. But what about old M dwarfs?
As the field of exoplanet atmospheric science rapidly moves towards understanding these fascinating worlds as complex, three-dimensional entities, today’s paper explores how we can find non-uniform cloud cover on exoplanets using JWST!
Today’s bite details only the second astrometric detection of a planet candidate and the first using radio interferometry.
How statistics can guide the search for previously undetected planets.
How could we measure winds on a distant brown dwarf or a Jupiter-like planet?
We discovered Earth-like planets but are they the next destination for human life?