Latest news: Pioneering research from University of Exeter scientists into the atmospheres of planets found beyond our own solar system could also help solve one of the greatest riddles of Earth’s past.
Astrophysicists from the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences have been using the Met Office’s Unified Model – which simulates Earth’s weather and climate - to look at a specific subdivision of exoplanets, or planets that revolve around stars other than our own....Read full story
Latest news: Budding astronomers will be given a unique opportunity to witness the remarkable atmospheric properties of exoplanets when the BBC's hugely popular programme Stargazing Live returns for a new series this week....Read full story
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