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How do we find an exoplanet?

Hot Jupiters, super-Earths, mini-Neptunes, ice giants. You must have heard of these strange worlds.

Artist’s impression of “hot Jupiter” exoplanets. Image by NASA and ESA.

They make us dream.

They make us burn with curiosity.

They make our mind travel through the galaxy and imagine how they might look like and what they might be hiding.

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