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‘Hot Jupiters’ may not be orbiting alone

A giant gas planet orbits closely to a star

Research led by an IU astronomer challenges longstanding beliefs about the isolation of “hot Jupiters” and proposes a new mechanism for understanding the exoplanets’ evolution.

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