Exoplanet

Exoplanet is a planet that trajectories another star. The study of the planetary habitability also deliberates a wide range of other aspects in determining the suitability of a planet for hosting the life. Since 2004, HARPS has discovered about a hundred exoplanets, and while since 2009 Kepler space telescope has found more than two thousand. Kepler has also detected a few thousand candidate planets, and of which 11% may be false positives. The least massive planet known as Draugr, and which is about twice the mass of the Moon.

  • Exocomet
  • Exoplanetology
  • Sun-like stars
  • Brown dwarf
  • Extragalactic Planets
  • Extra-terrestrial life
  • Rogue planets
  • Circumbinary planets

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