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This illustration depicts the three giant planets orbiting the Sun-like star Kepler 51 as compared to some of the planets in our solar system. There is no direct imaging. Therefore, the colors of the Kepler 51 planets in this illustration are imaginary. Credits: NASA, ESA, and L. Hustak and J. Olmsted (STScI)

Why are these exoplanets nicknamed “super-puffs” by Scientists?

A rare class of young Worlds that have “cotton candy densities” when compared to their sizes

The Cosmos is filled with weird & strange phenomena — ones that stretch our imagination and challenge our understanding of the universe within the current framework of scientific concepts. I have touched…

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