Exoplanet

Scientists, Philosophers, and Science Literature writers suspected that other extra solar planets existed but there was no way of detecting them. Exoplanet or Extra solar planet is a planet outside of the solar system that orbit a star. The discovery of Exoplanets has intensified interest in the search for Extra-terrestrial life. On 1917 the first Exoplanet was noticed but it was recognized as such the first confirmed discovery was in 1992.  Expect to see the coming years an explosion of data once these highly anticipated space telescopes launch and once their ground-based cousins start collecting follow-up data. Together, these instruments will uncover long-sought-after secrets of faraway worlds. Upcoming missions seeking to unravel the secrets of exoplanets abound. An informal survey of astronomers revealed which of those projects they most eagerly await.

 

  • Circumbinary planets
  • Extra-terrestrial life
  • Exocomet
  • Sun-like stars
  • Extragalactic Planets
  • Brown dwarf
  • Brown dwarf

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