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Frequency of Coronal Mass Ejection Impacts with Early Terrestrial Planets and Exoplanets around Active Solar-like Stars

22 Jan 2020, 17:00 UTC
Frequency of Coronal Mass Ejection Impacts with Early Terrestrial Planets and Exoplanets around Active Solar-like Stars
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Christina Kay et al 2019 ApJL 886 L37
Modeling based on the observationally reconstructed magnetic field of the 0.7 Gyr young Sun’s twin, k 1 Ceti, suggests that coronal mass ejections tend to propagate within a small cone about the ecliptic plane.

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