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NASA's TESS spacecraft finds its first Earth-sized exoplanet

This newly identified planet is the smallest world outside our solar system discovered by TESS. The spacecraft data shows that the HD21749c orbits its star every 7.8 days, which means that orbit has a tight orbit that would result in surface temperatures of up to 800 degrees Fahrenheit. TESS has now found ten planets smaller than Neptune, and his ability …

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Our next exoplanet, Proxima B, could have a big and cool neighbor

The artist's impression shows the planet Proxima b orbiting the red dwarf star Proxima Centauri, the nearest star of the solar system. ESO / M. Kornmesser Our next discovered exoplanet is Proxima b, orbiting the star Proxima Centauri, 4.2 light-years from Earth. Proxima b surrounds a red dwarf and is located in the habitable zone, which means that liquid water …

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NASA's Planet-hunting Satellite TESS Locates Its First Exoplanet

NASA's planet-hunting satellite, TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite), which lasts last year to search for exoplanets. The satellite will observe 400,000 stars across the sky and select a target from the new TESS Habitable Zone Star Catalog. The catalog is a list of 1,822 stars within TESS's range which have earth-sized planets in orbit with their planets receiving a similar …

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Exoplanet "Hot Saturn" discovered 60 times larger than Earth – RT World News

Researchers have discovered a new five-billion-year-old planet 60 times larger than Earth using data from NASA's Exoplanet Hunt Space Telescope, TESS. The huge planet named TOI-197.0 and named "hot Saturn" because of its size and heat "19459004" is "one of the best-described exoplanets of its type to date" ] said researchers from the University of Aarhus, Denmark, who led the …

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Supertelescope looks into the atmosphere of a new exoplanet

Strange and Wonderful Planets Beyond Our Solar System A super-telescope performed the first direct observation of an exoplanet using optical interferometry. This method revealed a complex exoplanetary atmosphere with iron clouds and silicates swirling in a planetary storm. The technique offers unique opportunities to characterize many of the exoplanets known today. Strange and Wonderful Planets Beyond Our Solar System This …

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Exoplanet observed for the first time with optical interferometry

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of Use. The ESO (European Southern Observatory) has announced the successful observation of an exoplanet using optical interferometry. It is the first time that an exoplanet has been "seen" in this way and that technology provides a promising example of differentiation providing new information about the atmospheres …

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Astronomers have a rare direct view of an exoplanet thanks to the new telescope technology

Artistic concept of HR8799e. Illustration: ESO / L. Calçada Scientists have directly observed an exoplanet in an entirely new way thanks to an instrument of the Very Large Telescope Interferometer of the Southern Observatory. Telescopes are more than just lenses and mirrors – they are sophisticated electromagnetic radiation detectors to overcome the many challenges of observing very distant objects. Exoplanets …

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NASA scientists created a super hot exoplanet atmosphere on Earth

The JPL machine that created a simulated hot Jupiter. Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech People have not yet figured out how to travel to other star systems to study exoplanets up close. But NASA has done the next best thing – restoring the atmospheres of bizarre alien worlds here on Earth. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) researchers in Pasadena, California, have …

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First exoplanet candidate of the Kepler Space Telescope confirmed

The First Exoplanet Candidate Ever Discovered and Lamented by NASA The Kepler Space Telescope was finally confirmed ten years after the launch of the iconic instrument. The contestant, known as KOI (Kepler Object of Interest) 4.01, was originally committed as a Neptune-sized planet orbiting a star around a larger star than our Sun . KOI 4.01 was considered false positive …

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