In a study, researchers identified a red dwarf star that is quite stormy, where it is releasing emissions that are 10,000 times greater than what the Sun produces.
Researchers have discovered an exoplanet that's is a little bigger than earth and it is located close to the solar system. The newly found exoplanet could be potentially habitable, according to researchers from the Kavli Foundation.
Nearby red dwarves could reveal a bit more about planet formation.
When it comes to finding habitable planets, it may depend on a rocky planet's "air conditioning system." Scientists have found that some exoplanets that permanently face their sun with the same side could, potentially, be habitable.
How rare is life in our universe? It might just be far less likely than we once thought. Astronomers looking for habitable worlds have found that harsh space weather may doom life on planets near red dwarf stars.