Today’s paper examines the reaction between atmosphere and magma in exoplanets, a key factor in shaping an exoplanet atmosphere
Want to learn how astronomers discover and understand exoplanet orbits? Today’s post will teach how to use the open source code called orbitize! in Python!
Plenty of committed and planned heists give examples of how to steal diamonds and pearls. But how to steal a whole planet? Easy! You just need to be a star in a star forming region.
Today’s paper explores a promising method for detecting and constraining exoplanetary magnetic fields: measuring their effects on a host star’s radio emission during transits.
Where is the missing carbon monoxide in protoplanetary disks? Today’s paper suggests that it might have something to do with turbulent mixing in disks as well as the physics of condensation.
The second major result from JWST’s Direct Imaging ERS Team – a stunning brown dwarf spectrum!