Observing exoplanets is hard and observing exomoons is even harder. Today’s author proposes a new channel through which we might be able to see these moons!
Today’s authors report the detection of a planet candidate around a brown dwarf!
We’ve updated and expanded our “Guide to the Electromagnetic Spectrum”! Read on to learn about all the different flavors of light in the Universe, where this light comes from, and how we can detect it.
Today’s authors investigate the sudden re-appearance of X-ray emission from a star being eaten by a supermassive black hole!
The authors of today’s article argue that stripped B-type stars could be a source of false positives in the search for quiet, stellar-mass black holes in the Milky Way
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.