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Exoplanet Watch Results
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5 Ways to Find a Planet | Explore
51 Pegasi b - Guided Tour | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
51 Pegasi b – En español | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
55 Cancri e – En español | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
55 Cancri e – Guided Tour | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Are We Alone? | The Search For Life
Artist’s concept of the surface TRAPPIST-1d | Exoplanet surface visualizations in 360 VR
Background Information | What is Exoplanet Watch?
Can We Find Life? | The Search For Life
Chapter 1: A Star Is Born | Life and Death of a Planetary System
Chapter 2: From Cloud to Disk | Life and Death of a Planetary System
Chapter 3: Collisions, Collisions | Life and Death of a Planetary System
Chapter 4: Moving Around | Life and Death of a Planetary System
Chapter 5: Settling Down | Life and Death of a Planetary System
Chapter 6: Aging Into Gianthood | Life and Death of a Planetary System
Chapter 7: Death and New Life | Life and Death of a Planetary System
Community | What is Exoplanet Watch?
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Discoveries Dashboard | Discovery
Exoplanet Catalog | Discovery
Exoplanet Travel Bureau | Explore
Exoplanet Watch - EXOTIC Downloadable Version for Advanced Participants | How to Analyze Your Data
Exoplanet Watch Members of the Month | Community
Exoplanet Watch Monthly Newsletters | Exoplanet Watch
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Exoplanet Watch: Email and Newsletter Sign Up | Exoplanet Watch
Exoplanet Watch: Help NASA Observe Other Worlds | Exoplanet Watch
Explore The Surface - 55 Cancri e | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Explore the Surface - Kepler 16b | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Explore the Surface - Kepler 186f | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Explore the Surface - TRAPPIST-1d | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Eyes On Exoplanets
Eyes on Exoplanets Web Application
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FAQ | Resources
Galaxy of Horrors | Explore
Gas Giant | Planet Types
Get Involved | How to Participate
Getting Started, Troubleshooting, and Problem Solving | How to Participate
Glossary | Resources
HD 40307g - Guided Tour | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
HD 40307g – En español | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Historic Timeline | Explore
How to Analyze Your Data | How to Participate
How to Observe | How to Participate
How to Submit Your Data | How to Participate
How We Find and Characterize | Discovery
In Depth | What is an Exoplanet?
Install Locally | EXOTIC
Introduction | Life and Death of a Planetary System
Kepler 16b - Guided Tour | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Kepler 16b – En español | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Kepler Timeline | Explore
Kepler's legacy: discoveries and more
Kepler-186f - Guided Tour | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Kepler-186f – En español | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Largest Batch of Earth-size Habitable Zone Planets Found Orbiting TRAPPIST-1
Missions | Discovery
Neptune-like | Planet Types
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News & Features
Overview | What is an Exoplanet?
Overview | Planet Types
Overview | What is Exoplanet Watch?
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People | Discovery
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PSO J318.5-22 - Guided Tour | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
PSO J318.5-22 – En español | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
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Results | Exoplanet Watch
Stars | What is an Exoplanet?
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Strange New Worlds | Explore
Super-Earth | Planet Types
Target Lists | Exoplanet Watch
Team | What is Exoplanet Watch?
Terms Related to Observing Transiting Exoplanets | What is Exoplanet Watch?
Terrestrial | Planet Types
TESS Spacecraft | Explore
Thank You! | How to Participate
The Big Questions | The Search For Life
The Habitable Zone | The Search For Life
Transiting Exoplanets Survey Satellite (TESS)
TRAPPIST-1e - Guided Tour | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
TRAPPIST-1e – En español | Exoplanet Travel Bureau
Universe of Monsters | Explore
User Guide | EXOTIC
View from hypothetical moon of Kepler-16b | Exoplanet surface visualizations in 360 VR
Welcome | EXOTIC
What is the Universe? | What is an Exoplanet?
What to Observe | Exoplanet Watch
Why We Search | The Search For Life
Scientists used the Webb Telescope identified water vapor in the atmosphere of WASP-18 b, and made a temperature map of the planet as it slipped behind, and reappeared from, its star.
Discovery Alert: Webb Maps and Finds Traces of Water in an Ultra-hot Gas Giant's Atmosphere
A team of astrophysicists and citizen scientists have identified what may be some of the last planets NASA’s retired Kepler space telescope observed during its nearly decade-long mission.
Astronomers Discover Planets in NASA Kepler's Final Days of Observations
New data from NASA's Webb space telescope reveals new details about a strange but common planet type, a 'mini-Neptune.'
NASA's Webb Takes Closest Look Yet at Mysterious Planet
An international team of researchers has used NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to measure the temperature of the rocky exoplanet TRAPPIST-1 b.
Webb Measures the Temperature of a TRAPPIST-1 Exoplanet
The planet is rocky and almost precisely the same size as Earth, but whips around its star in only two days.
Webb Confirms Its First Exoplanet
A second Earth-sized world is found in habitable zone of a star with three previously known planets.
Second Earth-sized World Found in System's Habitable Zone
A previously discovered "hot Jupiter" appears to be spiraling into its star, new data shows.
Discovery Alert: For This Familiar Planet, a Death Spiral
Two exoplanets orbiting a red dwarf star may be "water worlds." They are 218 light-years away in the constellation Lyra, and are unlike any planet found in our solar system.
Two Super-Earths May Be Mostly Water
Webb's firsts keep coming: Observations of the exoplanet WASP-39 b show fingerprints of atoms and molecules, as well as signs of active chemistry and clouds.
NASA's Webb Reveals an Exoplanet Atmosphere as Never Seen Before
New observations show that a previously identified exoplanet, TOI-1075 b, is among the most massive super-Earths found so far.
Discovery Alert: Massive Planet is a 'Hulk' among Super-Earths
A new study of the "super-Earth" GJ 1252 b shows that the planet likely has a very minimal atmosphere or, possibly, no atmosphere at all.
Discovery Alert: Ultra-hot 'Super-Earth' Could Have No Atmosphere
A newly discovered 'super-Earth' lies in the habitable zone around its star, and appears to be in a prime position for further atmospheric investigation.
Discovery Alert: A Rocky 'Super-Earth' in the Habitable Zone
Explore Alien Worlds
Exoplanet Travel Bureau
This set of travel posters envision a day when the creativity of scientists and engineers will allow us to do things we can only dream of now.
Strange New Worlds
Explore an interactive gallery of some of the most intriguing and exotic planets discovered so far.
A planetary tour through time. The ancients debated the existence of planets beyond our own; now we know of thousands.