Evaporating close-in planets could be found more efficiently if you look for them around stars enshrouded in the escaping planetary material.
We report on Day 4 of the winter AAS meeting in Honolulu, HI.
TESS is out searching for new exoplanets, but on this occasion, it saw an old one in a new light.
Supernovae may be among the most powerful events in the cosmos, but astronomers think that companion stars may be able to survive these intense explosions.
Last week, the Nobel Prize was awarded for the discovery of the first exoplanet found around a sun-like star. Come learn about how they did it, and why this was such a big deal!
The planetary system around the K2-138 star is the longest known 3:2 resonant chain. New radial velocity measurements reveal the properties of these rhythmic planets.