Take, for example, a exoplanet du jour: a recently unveiled, large world orbiting an minuscule star. Called NGTS-1b, a world is a savage about a mass of Jupiter. But it orbits an old, low red dwarf only half a sun’s width. It’s a largest world relations to the star found to date, and is tucked so tighten to that star that a year on NGTS-1b lasts only 2.6 Earth-days.
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