How can variable objects be found in crowded TESS observations?
Using simulations, the author explores the possibility of observing seasonal changes on warm Jupiters with JWST.
The hottest point in hot Jupiter atmospheres should be directly below their star or blown slightly eastward by winds. What is happening on CoRoT-2b?
An instrument designed to look for exoplanets around the brightest stars in the sky; what have they found so far?
In this bite we dig into the details of the recent discovery of 7 habitable zone planets orbiting TRAPPIST-1.
Kepler has uncovered thousands of exoplanets, but have failed to discover many Hot-Neptunes. Today we’ll be discussing K2-105 b and its potential in unlocking the secrets of our own Solar system.