Exoplanet's orbit is the most eccentric yet

Astronomers at San Francisco State University (SF State) have observed an exoplanet located just 117 light-years from Earth, which exhibits the most eccentric orbit yet found. The light reflected as the planet passed close to its parent star is providing researchers with clues as to the make up of the body’s atmosphere, which is thought to be similar to that of Jupiter…
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