A new trove of free-floating planets, smaller and paired up more than expected, challenges stellar and planet formation models.
Las lunas oceánicas del sistema solar exterior nos dan pistas sobre volcanes de hielo, fuentes hidrotermales, y la tentadora posibilidad de habitabilidad.
Ocean moons of the outer solar system hint at ice volcanoes, hydrothermal vents, and the tantalizing chance of habitability.
Lumps of dust are spiraling around a young star 5,000 light-years away. They could be Jupiter-like planets in the making.
Researchers have shown that oceans buried below layers of ice are more common than previously thought.
Helium that was once part of the atmosphere of the extrasolar planet HAT-P-32b is being ripped away and forming two giant streamers of gas several million kilometers long.
A gravitational dance between a newly discovered exoplanet and its host star may be driving extreme volcanism on its surface.
Magnetic interactions between stellar wind and the planet likely caused extrasolar space weather.
A new study finds that the intersection between a searing dayside and a freezing nightside could be habitable.
High-pressure reactions of hydrogen and iron could explain gaps in the distribution of exoplanets.