It is theorized that the radioactive decay of Aluminum-26 could provide enough heat to dehydrate terrestrial planetesimals as they form, leading to rockier exoplanets. But is this effect significant enough to alter how common we believe rocky exoplanets are in the Galaxy? Find out by reading today’s bite!
CU Boulder Brings New Scale Model Solar System To Campus
We’re covering this week’s AAS Division for Planetary Sciences meeting! Check out our highlights of the conference.
We’re covering this week’s AAS Division for Planetary Sciences meeting! Check out theshighlights of the conference.
Is there a ninth planet in the solar system? Today’s paper examines the orbital clustering of some Kuiper belt objects and where the planet causing these gravitational perturbations may be found.
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.