Exoplanets

Telescope for Habitable Exoplanets and Interstellar/Intergalactic Astronomy (THEIA) is a NASA-proposed 4-metre optical/ultraviolet space telescope that would succeed the Hubble Space Telescope and complement the infrared-James Webb Space Telescope.

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If Exoplanets Have Lightning, it’ll Complicate the Search for Life

New Stellar Danger to Exoplanets Identified by Chandra X-ray Observatory

James Webb Space Telescope makes rare detection of 2 exoplanets orbiting dead stars

Exoplanets Discovered Around New Star Reveal Secrets of Planet Formation

NASA's TESS telescope spots 6 exoplanets around 'misbehaving' toddler star

Exoplanets: Why study them? What are the challenges? What can they teach us about finding life beyond Earth?

It might rain diamonds on more than 1900 exoplanets across the galaxy

Unveiling the Fury: Cool Stars’ Intense Winds and the Threat to Exoplanets

NASA identifies 17 exoplanets with possible subsurface oceans

Weather in the Solar System Can Teach Us About Weather on Exoplanets

Tiny 14-inch satellite studies 'hot Jupiter' exoplanets evaporating into space

Astronomers Calculate Which Exoplanets Are Most Likely to Have Water

Our solar system's planets aren't weird after all. Exoplanets have tilted orbits, too

Webb Space Telescope Reveals Atmospheric Effects of CO2 on Earth and Exoplanets

‘Bouncing’ comets could deliver building blocks for life to exoplanets

Some exoplanets are shrinking. Here's why

NASA telescope reveals clues to elusive 'size gap' in exoplanets

NASA Data Reveals Possible Reason Some Exoplanets Are Shrinking

NASA Data Reveals Possible Reason Some Exoplanets Are Shrinking

'Bouncing' comets could deliver building blocks for life to exoplanets