M dwarfs are known to be really active when they’re young, which is bad for habitability. But what about old M dwarfs?
The TESS mission has found an Earth-like planet in the habitable zone of its star, but the question of how the system formed is baffling astronomers.
Supernovae and Gamma Ray Bursts are expected to wipe out any complex life in the neighborhood. Today’s paper looks at how common these events are in different galaxies over time.
In today’s paper, we will see how Kepler-like large scale surveys on planet habitability is the smartest way to answer The Big Question.
In today’s bite, we push Bayes’ theorem to the limits, in an attempt to make predictions about the prevalence of habitable planets covered in ocean.
Can volcanoes expand the region around the star in which life can survive?