The first directly imaged hierarchical quadruple system: two stars, each with a substellar companion!
Every time sexual harassers are given authorship on prominent papers, chaos ensues for the broader astronomy community; but nobody is more affected than the junior members (grad students and postdocs) within those research groups. This is the story about how we, the Early Career Researchers within the California Planet Search, have tackled the most recent authorship “debacle.”
The most common type of star in the universe, the M dwarf, seems to be lacking any Jupiter-sized exoplanets. Why is that?
Super-Mercuries and magnesium – today’s bite attempts to answer whether they’re best pals or fiercest foes.
Learning about the Origin of Rocky Planets and their Atmospheres: We interviewed astronomer Dr. Klaus Pontoppidan about his upcoming plenary talk at the #AAS242!
Today’s authors have a way to find giant planets using spectroscopy!