UCLA astronomers discover more than 300 possible new exoplanets. Among their most noteworthy findings is a planetary system that comprises a star and at least two gas giant planets; it’s rare to find gas giants—like Saturn in our own solar system—as close to their host star as they were in this case

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I thought it was the case that gas giants close to the star were all we found initially? Biggest dip in light when looking at a stars’ light output as the planet transitions infront and also a very conspicuous wobble when searching for the gravitational pulls (closer and/or bigger = more wobble)

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