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    Cotton candy-like planets may actually have rings

    Washington D.C. [USA]: A new research has found that some of the extremely low-density, “cotton candy like” exoplanets called super-puffs may actually have rings. Super-puffs are notable for having exceptionally large radii…

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    How newborn stars prepare for birth of planets

    Washington D.C. [USA]: An international team of astronomers used two of the most powerful radio telescopes in the world to create more than three hundred images of planet-forming disks around very young…

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    Are we alone? Study refines search for habitable planets

    New York: A team of US researchers has redefined the conditions that make a planet habitable by taking the star’s radiation and the planet’s rotation rate into account – a discovery that will…

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    New space discovery reveals how planets form

    Washington D.C. [USA]: Researchers have discovered a planet approximately 45 million years old, orbiting one of its brightest young stars. The star and its planet could provide valuable information on how planetary…

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    Nearest exoplanets could be hosting life

    New York: Rocky, Earth-like planets with high levels of radiation, orbiting our closest stars could be hosting life, suggests a new study raising excitement about exoplanets. Previously, the discovery of fierce radiation…

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    NASA mission could now find more than 1,000 planets

    Washington: A new research now finds that a NASA telescope will give humans the largest, deepest, clearest picture of the universe since the Hubble Space Telescope could find as many as 1,400…

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