Giant exoplanet hunters: Look for debris disks

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 17, 2017 There's no map showing all the billions of exoplanets hiding in our galaxy - they're so distant and faint compared to their stars, it's hard to find them. Now, astronomers hunting for new worlds have established a possible signpost for giant exoplanets. A new study finds that giant exoplanets that orbit far from their stars are more likely to be found around young stars that have a disk of

Giant exoplanet hunters: Look for debris disks

Wed 11 Oct 17 from Phys.org

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From Comets Come Planets

Laurel MD (SPX) Oct 20, 2017 Narrow dense rings of comets are coming together to form planets on the outskirts of at least three distant solar systems, astronomers have found in data from ...

Fri 20 Oct 17 from SpaceDaily

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