Venus may be quite similar in size and mass as Earth, but its surface conditions could not be any more different! Can a modern space telescope like JWST identify the difference between an exoEarth and an exoVenus?
For today’s exoplanet weather forecast: scorching hot and sandy, bring your extra sturdy umbrellas and fire suits!
UR: Rethinking our transiting exoplanet detection approaches: A method for optimizing small transiting planet detection.
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, discover how Yash Gondhalekar optimized periodogram searches to more effectively find small transiting planets!
We usually assume that all exoplanets are perfectly round. Today’s authors wonder: what are we getting wrong if some are slightly squished?
Today’s bite takes a look at the brown dwarf KELT-1b and the curious results of recent observations of its atmosphere
Today’s paper explores a promising method for detecting and constraining exoplanetary magnetic fields: measuring their effects on a host star’s radio emission during transits.