We got long awaited JWST data this month, with measurements of the atmosphere of the exoplanet TRAPPIST-1c.
It's not quite the twin of Venus we expected but the results have interesting implications for the habitability for planets in the rest of the TRAPPIST-1 system...
00:00 | Introduction
00:31 | What's TRAPPIST-1?
01:50 | Why are we studying planets orbiting red dwarf stars?
05:24 | What has JWST found for these rocky planets?
12:20 | What are the implications for the planets in TRAPPIST-1's habitable zone?
16:01 | When is the rest of the TRAPPIST-1 JWST data coming?
17:32 | Brilliant
18:49 | Bloopers