Does your sibling know how to push your buttons? Turns out exoplanets also mess with each other. This “teasing” can be used to learn about their character(istics)!
Astrobites coverage of Day 1 of AAS 241!
Now we can do science with 5000+ exoplanets, and Dr. Jessie Christiansen is going to tell us how! Read the interview with the #AAS241 keynote speaker now!
Today’s post describes the discovery of Kepler’s first planet candidate spiraling into its star!
Hot off the press! Read all about a newly discovered ultra-short period, massive Super-Earth that lives in middle of the radius valley.
How does astronomy get passed down from generation to generation? Learn about Kepler and the history of astronomy from Dr. William Donahue’s #AAS240 LeRoy E. Doggett Award plenary talk!