Researchers have recently discovered the reason why Venus does not have oceans.
Researchers have recently predicted the existence of more undetected planets in the solar system, apart from the mysterious ninth planet.
Scientists were able to find the answer to solve the migration mystery a lot of people have been asking about.
Wandering planets were directly imaged by astronomers by the use of the Atacama Large Millimeter, Submillimeter Array or ALMA, a radio observatory located in Chile.
A study at Cornell University revealed that planetary diversity suggests that around other stars, initially frozen worlds could be the size of Earth and provide habitable conditions once the star becomes older.
Images of a nearby star give scientists more insight into the infant stages of the sun.
Researchers have observed that the absence of visible particles in Mercury's orbit could be an indication that a super-Earth might have once formed here.
A rogue exoplanet had been discovered drifting within our solar system. Just 10 million years old, the giant loner was essentially young on galactic time scales. The free floating body had no star to call its own which also made it an orphan. It was discovered only 95 light-years away from Earth.
There could be a huge planet lurking in the outer solar system that is numerous times bigger than the earth. Evidence of the existence of the mysterious world, termed Planet Nine, was first presented by two planetary scientists from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).
There may be a ninth planet in our solar system.
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.