Finding Planets Around Other Stars

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Finding Planets Around Other Stars

Finding Planets Around Other Stars
August 2011 in Kirkland

Spotting planets as they form around other stars is tricky, but scientists now know where to look: in the large disks of dust and debris that surround certain stars. John Wisniewski, PhD, discusses the latest techniques for seeking out and photographing baby planets outside our solar system.

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