EXOPLANETS

Stellar radio aurorae signal planetary systems

A radio detection of an old red dwarf might reveal the presence of a planetary system, and open up the search for exoplanets to a new technique.

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Fig. 1: The putative exoplanet generates a stellar aurora.

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Pineda, J.S. Stellar radio aurorae signal planetary systems. Nat Astron (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41550-020-1025-3

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