Part 2 of a discussion between astronomers about the video Habitable Zone: Goldilocks Paradox. Watch the original sci-fi adventure here: The Habitable Zone: Goldilocks Paradox
How is real scientific data used to help visualize exoplanets? What decisions do visual artists have to make when depicting an exoplanet? How do exoplanet researchers feel about exoplanet art? Find out more about the science behind the search for a habitable exoplanet in the episode The Habitable Zone: Goldilocks Paradox (featuring Cas Anvar, Cara Gee, and Parry Shen).
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