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Exosolar Planets

Lara Howerton

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3.If the pulses of a pulsar come a little _______ the pulsar is moving away from us.
9.The method by which the most exosolar planets have been found.
10.A French mission to discover exosolar planets.
13.Killed the Chimera
15.If a star has a _______________ with a cleared out ring, we can infer that it has a forming planet.
17.Exoplanets generally have orbits of ______ diameter.
18.The name of the imaged exosolar planet
19.Most useful in conjunction with the Doppler shift method.
20.Believed that "Every star is a distant sun."
1.It is difficult and chancy to discover planets using ___________.
2.A planet that isn't orbiting a star
4.How many confirmed exosolar planets have been imaged?
5.How many Earth-like exosolar planets have been discovered?
6.A NASA mission that will be launched around 2015
7.Most exoplanets are similar in structure to ________
8.The method van de Camp used to (incorrectly) discover an exosolar planet.
11.A planet around another star
12.Too big for a planet; too small for a star
14.Thought he discovered planets orbiting Barnard's Star
16.Dead star that gives off radio waves at regular intervals

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