TOI-2109b: Super-hot exoplanet where a year lasts only 16 Earth hours

Space 11/25/21, 03:24

A team of astronomers has discovered a scorching hot exoplanet orbiting its parent star in just 16 hours. To make a quick comparison, "our" Jupiter takes 12 years to complete its orbit around the sun. The discovery was made by the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), a mission directed by ...

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