One year on this giant, blistering hot planet is just 16 hours long

The newly discovered planet is relatively close to its star, at a distance of only about 1.5 million miles out. Image: NASA, ESA and G. Bacon

Jennifer Chu

News Writer, MIT News Office


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The hunt for planets beyond our solar system studies stars thousands of light years from Earth. Image: Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.


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