John Kerr posted in astronomy • extrasolar planets • microlensing • PLANET on January 12th, 2012.
A hunt for extrasolar planets has revealed that, on average, every star in the Milky Way has at least one companion planet. New Zealand researchers have participated in the work, published in Nature, which found that stars in our galaxy have an average of 1.6 planets orbiting them. The study is the product of the […]
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