Forming Planetary Systems
We’re continuing the theme of More Than Star Trek this week on A Trekzone Conversation, with a bite-size podcast with PhD candidate Eloise Birchall, whose studying protoplanetary discs and planet formation at the Australian National University.
This field of research is the earliest stage of exoplanet discovery, which Brad and Matt have discussed numerous times on Talkin’ Science.
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