When planets form, where should they move? Towards their host star? In the other direction? The authors of today’s paper show that this is not obvious!
Some things are really hard to observe, but we still can study them using computer simulations! Today’s paper will show you how people study planets-driven spiral arms!
Uranus spins on its side, and its five main moons have a unique composition and mass distribution. Ever wondered why? Today’s paper offers an explanation.
It’s nice to have the conclusion of a paper in its title – Super-Jupiters migrate outward. Today, let’s investigate what exactly this means!
In this guest post, Tony Rodríguez describes how the environments of planet formation may not be so simple (and sticky!) after all.
What do chemistry labs, aliens, and molecular building blocks have in common? Learn all about it at Dr. Karin Öberg’s LAD Plenary lecture at #AAS238!