30 years of Discovering Exoplanets
An accretion disk around a star, the material from which will go into forming exoplanets that orbit around it. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

30 years of Discovering Exoplanets

20/01/2022Written by Dhara Patel

From one ‘Poltergeist’ to plenty more: Celebrating 30 years since the discovery of the first exoplanet.

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