The tiny dot in this image may be the first look at exomoons in the making
A new finding is some of the strongest evidence yet that planets around other stars have moons
New telescope images may provide the first view of moons forming outside the solar system.
The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array in Chile glimpsed a dusty disk of potentially moon
The Jupiter-like world is surrounded by enough material to make up to 2.5 Earth moons,
Observations of this system could offer new insight into how planets and moons are born around young stars.
ALMA observed two planets, dubbed PDS 70b and 70c, circling the star PDS 70 in July 2019.
During this formation process, planets are expected to wrap themselves in their own debris disks,