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NASA Science

Kepler Finds Bizarre Systems 120

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the spinning-round-and-round dept.
RedEaredSlider writes "The Kepler Space Telescope has run across some truly bizarre solar systems. Among the candidates: a system with full-on planets orbiting in a Trojan configuration, one with planets that all orbit their planets in less than 10 days, and one in which resonances between small and large worlds essentially keep the thing together."
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Kepler Finds Bizarre Systems

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