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Scientists are expressing surprise after discovering a solar system 30 light-years away from Earth that defies current understanding about planet formation, with a large Jupiter-like planet orbiting a diminutive star known as a red dwarf.Read more from ABC News
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When we imagine what other solar systems are like it's easy to fall into a trap of assuming that our own system is a model that all others must follow. That's simply not the case, and astronomers know that solar systems come in all shapes and sizes, but even still, the system orbiting the star GJ 3512 is a real weirdo. GJ 3512 is a tiny star. It's a red dwarf, and it's only around one-eighth the...Read more from Google News
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NASA has produced a visualisation showing how the gravity of a black hole distorts our view of it.Read more from ABC News
Andromeda is only a few billion years from colliding with our galaxy and scientists just discovered it's been on a feeding frenzy in the past.Read more from ABC News
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Scientists James Peebles, Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz are recognised for their contributions to our understanding of the evolution of the universe, and Earth's place in the cosmos.Read more from ABC News