Exoplanets of a feather flock together

Once it was enough to find planets outside our Solar System, but with thousands of exoplanets confirmed, it’s now possible to learn something about how they are organized. An international team of scientists led by Université de Montréal astrophysicist Lauren Weiss has found that exoplanets revolving around the same star show a pattern of similar sizes and regular orbital spacing…
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