Latest Hot Jupiters Stories
Scientists working with NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope have found that exoplanets known as hot Jupiters are not all alike and appear to have a wide range of climates.
Astronomers discovered that the HAT-P-7 planetary system includes at least two giant planets and one companion star.
Astronomers have observed one planet in another solar system, similar to Jupiter, giving off a powerful burst of evaporation after passing by its parent star.
An international team of astronomers have uncovered a clever new way of studying the atmosphere of an exoplanet in more detail.
Solar systems that have “hot Jupiter-type” planets closely orbiting host stars likely do not have Earth-like planets neighboring them.
A University of Hawaii astronomer is credited with capturing the first direct image of a planet in the process of being formed around its star.
A nearby star is pummeling a companion planet with a barrage of X-rays 100,000 times more intense than the Earth receives from the sun.
The French-led CoRoT satellite has found ten new planets outside our Solar System.
Scientists said on Wednesday the majority of the 500 planets detected around stars besides the Sun appear to spin the same way the star does.
- A woman chauffeur.
- A woman who operates an automobile.
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