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Nov 15, 2018
ESO's HARPS confirms nearby super-Earth orbiting the fastest moving star in our skyThe newly-discovered exoplanet is orbits the fastest moving star in our night sky: Researchers.
Oct 11, 2018
What do you call a moon that orbits another moon? A moonmoon of course!The recent discovery of giant exoplanet Keplar 1625b may offer evidence for the 'moonmoon' theory.
Sep 24, 2018
The 'Nibiru' or 'Planet X' conspiracy: Here's what NASA researchers have to sayResearchers found that ‘Planet X’ is plausible based on simulations, but what does that validate?
Sep 18, 2018
NASA's TESS sends back first images from its hunt for Earth-like planetsThis image captures a wealth of stars and other objects, including systems known to have exoplanets.
Aug 20, 2018
Water-rich exoplanets, between two-four times the size of Earth are common: StudyThe new research indicates that many of the known planets may contain as much as 50 percent water.
Jun 28, 2018
Scientists publish 'guide book' based on existing research to search for alien lifeScientists have identified more than 3,500 planets around other stars (called exoplanets).
Jun 04, 2018
Astronomers are eager to study gas giant exoplanet Wasp-127b, which is thought to be filled with metals, and maybe even water: ReportAccording to a team of astronomers in the University of Cambridge and IAC, in Spain, the exoplanet, WASP-127b has shown possible signs of Water.
Apr 16, 2018
NASA to launch its TESS Exoplanet Mission in a SpaceX Falcon 9: Here is how you can watch it liveNASA's TESS spacecraft is expected to lift off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 6:32 pm Eastern Time which is 4:02 am (Tuesday) in India.
Dec 30, 2017
Year in review: A comprehensive guide to everything that happened in the fields of space and astronomy in 20172017 was a great year for anyone interested in space and astronomy featuring several groundbreaking discoveries and heart-wrenching goodbyes
Dec 06, 2017
Earth-like conditions discovered by researchers on planet K2-18b which is 111 light years awayWhile studying K2-18b the researchers also located another planet which was in the same solar system called as K2-18c.