A new research suggests there might be water present on exoplanets similar to a hot Jupiter, which cannot be detected due to obstruction by clouds and haze.
There is water in hot Jupiters' (exoplanets) atmosphere, according to the astronomers.
Scientists were able to find the answer to solve the migration mystery a lot of people have been asking about.
Astronomers have been feverishly trying to find a, um, natural explanation for a bizarre transit signal. Though it has turned into something of an epic endeavor, astronomers are zeroing in on the most likely candidate.
A little telescope called TRAPPIST discovered exoplanets that Kepler failed to recognize.
Astronomers have caught their first ever glimpse of an exoplanet changing over time.
Study finds that super-Earth "55 Cancri e" has a dry, hot and very poisonous atmosphere, where temperatures reach up to 2,000 degrees Celsius.
Researchers have found five hot Jupiter-like exoplanets, which have numerous Jupiter-like features.
Study finds that Martian Lakes may be connected to an ancient and habitable environment that existed billions of years ago.
Researchers find that Saturn emits the same amount of mass per second into its magnetosphere, similar to Enceladus.
Reseaerchers at Princeton University determine the physical conditions of two exoplanets in Kepler-36 system.