Exoplanet Caught in Stellar Tug of War

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Imagine living on a world where yesterday you needed a parka against a snowstorm, but today, without warning, it’s so hot the buttons on your shirt melt.


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Michel Mayor, The Hunters of The Twin of Earth

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Michel Mayor, The Hunters of the twin of Earth. This man discovered exoplanets, named Kepler 78b. Who is she?


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The Exoplanet Year

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As of 17 December 2013, a total of 1055 confirmed exoplanets are listed in the Extrasolar Planets Encyclopaedia, including a few that were confirmations of controversial claims from the late 1980s.[6] That count includes 801 planetary systems, of which 175 are multiple planetary systems. Kepler-16 contains the first discovered planet that orbits around a binary main-sequence star system.


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Rocky Exoplanet Discovered

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The data from the Kepler space telescope has revealed a rocky, earth-sized planet. Don’t pack your bags.


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Alien Planet with Mysterious Atmospheric Water

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Alien planet with mysterious atmospheric water.


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Twin Planet Earth That Contains Water

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Twin planet EARTH that contains WATER.


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Nasa Gives Up to Fix The “Kepler”

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The telescope did not pass judgment on two of its rotors and having detected 132 "exoplanets" could perform other functions.


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Exoplanets Discovered in a Star Forming Region

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Peace does not necessarily rule the formation of these most recent exoplanet discoveries. The chaos of their birth neighborhoods makes us take a second look at how planets form.


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Einstein Provides for Another Exoplanet Discovery

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They’re calling Kepler-76B "Einstein’s Planet" because of the new tools used to discover it. From what they’ve figured out, however, Einstein might not be thrilled by the name.


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Kepler Spacecraft Stalled in Search for Exoplanets

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The Kepler space telescope has done an epic job of finding and tracking potential habitable planets. A new glitch, however, means trouble for the spacecraft.


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