Another busy month, some interesting ones on seti this month, along with neptune sized planets. There is also a detailed look at Europa too.
Risks for Life on Proxima b from Sterilizing Asteroid Impacts
The Breakthrough Listen Exotica Catalog
An eccentric Neptune-mass planet near the inner edge of the BD-11 4672 habitable zone
Spin-orbit alignment of the ß Pictoris planetary system
A Mini-Neptune and a Venus-Zone Planet in the Radius Valley Orbiting the Nearby M2-dwarf TOI-1266
Inferring the population properties of binary black holesfrom unresolved gravitational waves
Retrieving scattering clouds and disequilibrium chemistry in the atmosphere of HR 8799e
Neptune-Size Exoplanet HD 106315 c
The Astrobiological Copernican Weak and Strong Limits for Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life
Lessons learned from (and since) the Voyager 2 flybys of Uranus and Neptune
Planet formation and Volatile Delivery
Astrochemistry During the Formation of Stars
transit candidate in the habitable zone of Kepler-160
Photometrically-corrected global infrared mosaics of Enceladus
The Effect of Substellar Continent Size on Ocean Dynamics of Proxima Centauri b
Implications of different stellar spectra for the climate of tidally-locked Earth-like exoplanets
Atmospheric Escape From TOI-700 d Venus vs Earth Analogs
Aquatic Biospheres On Temperate Planets Around Sun-like Stars And M-dwarfs
Qualitative classification of extraterrestrial civilizations
A Long-lived Sharp Disruption on the Lower Clouds of Venus
Possible Interstellar meteoroids detected by the Canadian Meteor Orbit Radar
Evidence that 1I/2017 U1 (`Oumuamua) was composed of molecular hydrogen ice
Revisiting Proxima with ESPRESSO
High mantle seismic P-wave speeds as a signature for gravitational spreading of superplumes
Exomoon habitability constrained by illumination and tidal heating
On-sky verification of Fast and Furious focal-plane wavefrontsensing
Interesting News items
LIfe in the Galaxy
Interesting look at the night sky
Why astronomers now doubt there is an undiscovered 9th planet in our solar system
Official Attempt for Measuring light pollution
Hi Everyone, RASNZ and the Dark Sky Section of RASNZ in NZ have this awesome project where we can measure light pollution.
On Sunday, even if the sky is covered. Hope you can make it. Every one of us can make the difference. Thank you
On Sunday 21 June 2020, On the darkest day of the year.... join us to measure light pollution even if it's raining.
Have you heard about light pollution?
Don't like that light shining in your bedroom window? Want to do something about it?
Join us to preserve the night by being part of a Guinness World Records ™ Official Attempt for Measuring light pollution!