In this guest post, Tony Rodríguez describes how the environments of planet formation may not be so simple (and sticky!) after all.
Mercury is the smallest planet but has the largest core compared to its size. Is the solar wind to blame?
How important is understanding the impact of stellar environment on stellar birth?
Being a planetesimal ain’t easy. But sometimes to make it big you have to first get broken down.
Today’s astrobite explores edge-on disks that can provide insight into how dust is transported in protoplanetary disks.
Today’s bite explores the origins of complex molecules within protoplanetary disks, focusing on formaldehyde.