Exomoons and Inside Mars

They have to be out there, and now we have a first direct glimpse of what is likely to be the birthplace of an exomoon – a moon forming in a disk around a planet orbiting another star. We check in on the curious case of FBOTs (fast blue optical transients), and closer to home we’ve learned that Mars’ interior has a bigger core than anticipated. Get this news, space news, trivia linking sci-fi and planetary-sci, and much more.

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