Exocast-64c: Exoplanet News

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In this episode the team cover some of the latest exoplanet news stories. This month Hannah summarises the most recent exoplanetary science coming out of JWST’s early release science programs; Andrew tells us a bit about the habitability of Enceladus’s subsurface ocean, and Hugh talks about a new observation of compositional differences for planets around M-dwarfs.

JWST Early Release Science results are starting to come out from both the Direct Imaging community and from the Transiting community. Hannah talks through the first three papers of results and give a few hints of what is yet to come…

Andrew discusses a paper on the habitability of the sub-surface ocean on Enceladus:

Hugh presents a intriguing result looking at the density and bulk composition of planets around M-stars, a first hint of demographic information directly imprinted on the bulk properties:

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