Today’s authors found a unique occupant of the “brown dwarf desert,” on an extremely close orbit around its M dwarf host.
Could planetary rings explain why the exoplanet HIP 41378 f appears to have the density of cotton candy? Check out today’s paper to find out!
Out of all the stars around us, which ones would be able to find Earth with the transit method? Today’s paper makes a list, which can help us with future SETI efforts!
Today’s paper reports the discovery of two new transiting Brown Dwarfs using TESS.
TESS is out searching for new exoplanets, but on this occasion, it saw an old one in a new light.
Astronomers have been finding planets around M dwarf stars for a while. Can we go even cooler and find planets around the diverse L and T spectral group?