Hot-Jupiter Exoplanet Will Soon Be Engulfed By Its Host Star

About 1,000 light-years away, a gas giant lives its last spirals. NGTS-10b is an exoplanet, with twice the mass of Jupiter, also known as a hot-Jupiter. It orbits an orange…

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Scientists Identified A Massive ‘Baby’ Exoplanet Close To Earth

As a recent discovery resurfaces, we learn that even up in the universe, some relationships need to be managed. Space objects, such as planets, might act weirder than we previously…

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The High Number of Sub-Neptune Exoplanets Puzzles the Scientists

Since he first exoplanet was spotted in 1992, researchers have learned a lot of valuable information about our solar system and space in general. Two of the most exciting exoplanets…

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New Exoplanet Was Discovered At 66.5 Light Years Away

A new exoplanet about 1.2 times the size of Earth, but double Earth’s mass has been discovered by a multinational collective of nearly three dozen scientists saluting from the US,…

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New “Warm Jupiter” Exoplanet Has Been Discovered

As discoveries involved so far “hot Jupiters,” we have now a study that suggests a “warm Jupiter” deep in space. NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite identified the new planet called,…

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