The first directly imaged hierarchical quadruple system: two stars, each with a substellar companion!
Join the dance of binaries and triplets swaying their protoplanetary dresses in today’s bite!
Learning about the Origin of Rocky Planets and their Atmospheres: We interviewed astronomer Dr. Klaus Pontoppidan about his upcoming plenary talk at the #AAS242!
An extra protoplanet might be lurking in the dust around a nearby star
Chemical elements are pretty good history teachers! Today’s paper describes how chemical abundances can tell us about the history of where a planet formed.
The number of super-Earths with small semimajor axis appears to decrease with the mass of the host star. How can this be, if more massive stars have more massive protoplanetary disks and thus more material to build planets from? An icy dead zone may be the answer to this riddle!