For the past 25+ years, NASA has used ground- and space-based methods to identify exoplanets (planets outside of our solar system). In the past ten years in particular, campaigns like Kepler, K2, and TESS have produced an explosion of results. To date, approximately 4,400 exoplanets have been identified, and over 3,000 potential exoplanet candidates have been discovered.
We'll also include a scatterplot in our dashboard that reveals details about the relationship between mass and radius of exoplanets, as well as controls to filter the data based on whether the planets could support life, and if so, whether chemical rockets could be used to escape the planet.
import pandas as pd import holoviews as hv import panel as pn import numpy as np import colorcet as cc import hvplot.pandas # noqa hv.extension('bokeh', width=100)