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+ - "Einstein's planet" becomes first exoplanet discovered using new detection metho->

Submitted by cylonlover
cylonlover writes: Due to their relative faintness compared to their parent stars, most known exoplanets have been discovered using indirect detection methods – that is, detecting the effects they have rather than observing them directly. There are numerous indirect methods that have proven useful in the detection of exoplanets and now yet another, which relies on Einstein’s special theory of relativity, has joined the list with the discovery of an exoplanet known as Kepler-76b.
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"Einstein's planet" becomes first exoplanet discovered using new detection metho

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