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Citizen science means using a large number of trained volunteers to acquire vast amounts of data in a short time. How could this work with exoplanet research?
Observations of dozens of stars revealed a similar pattern: most star systems show rings and gaps, which are interpreted as signs for planet formation
Could Venus’ present climate have been the result of Jupiter’s dramatic migration early in the solar system’s history?
It is very difficult to confidently identify chemical substances in an exoplanet’s atmosphere. Perhaps it is more efficient and accurate to look at the characteristics of the light itself.
This is the science nugget on the paper that describes gaps in protoplanetary disks as evidence for planet formation
The same minerals should be made under the same conditions every time. Why wasn’t that the case here?
The goal of the new NExSS QuantHab science working group is to work toward a formal, quantitative assessment method for […]
Read up on the Rocky Exoplanet Atmospheric Evolution through Time Science Working Group, what it studies, and what it does!
A list of the members of the CUISINES Science Working Group board
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