September 25, 2018 updates

Handbook of Life Support Systems for Spacecraft and Extraterrestrial Habitats

Toward a new paradigm for Type II migration

The HADES RV Programme with HARPS-N at TNG VIII. GJ15A: a multiple wide planetary system sculpted by binary interaction

Gaia plus Hipparcos give exoplanet mass

Exoplanet with metals in the air

Detection of planetary signals by reflected light of the host star using the autocorrelation of spectra

Application of Adaptive Optics for Illumination Stability in Precision Radial Velocity Measurements in Astronomical Spectroscopy

Observability of molecular species in a nitrogen dominated atmosphere for 55 Cancri e

First Resolution of Microlensed Images

A Bayesian Framework for Exoplanet Direct Detection and Non-Detection

Characterizing Vibrations at the Subaru Telescope for the Subaru Coronagraphic Extreme Adaptive Optics instrument

SCExAO, an instrument with a dual purpose: perform cutting-edge science and develop new technologies

beta Pictoris b post conjunction detection with VLT/SPHERE

Properties and occurrence rates of Kepler exoplanet candidates as a function of host star metallicity from the DR25 catalog

Kepler-1656b: a Dense Sub-Saturn With an Extreme Eccentricity

Dynamical instability and its implications for planetary system architecture

The Vegetation Red Edge Biosignature Through Time on Earth and Exoplanets

K2-265 b: A Transiting Rocky Super-Earth

EPIC 249451861b: an Eccentric Warm Saturn transiting a G-dwarf

Plausible home stars of the interstellar object ‘Oumuamua found in Gaia DR2

Detecting Water In the atmosphere of HR 8799 c with L-band High Dispersion Spectroscopy Aided By Adaptive Optics

Turbulence-driven thermal and kinetic energy fluxes in the atmospheres of hot Jupiters

Why do protoplanetary disks appear not massive enough to form the known exoplanet population?

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