This IAU100 project gives every country in the world the opportunity to name an exoplanet and its host star. Ireland has been assigned the honour of giving a popular name to HAT-P-36b, an exoplanet 1.8 times Jupiter’s mass, and its host star which can been found in the Canes Venatici constellation. The planet’s host star is comparable in age and mass to our Sun.
To learn more about this awesome project, and to submit your entry, visit Science Space.
Registration: Entrance is free, no booking is required.