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All rights reserved. Step aside Tatooine. PH1, which is about 6.

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It ran out of fuel back in October of last year, but the incredible wealth of data that it sent back during its life is still being sifted through, and new discoveries are just waiting to be made. The world, called KBb, appears to be quite special, and researchers who have looked at the data think it might even host liquid water, raising the possibility that the newfound planet is habitable. The research, which was published in The Astronomical Journal, reveals that KBb resides in the constellation Taurus and sits around light years away from Earth.

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A team of amateurs has discovered evidence for 42 alien planets, including a Jupiter-size world that could potentially be habitable, by sifting through data from a NASA spacecraft. Forty volunteers with the crowd-sourcing Planet Hunters project discovered the new planet candidates, which include 15 potentially habitable worlds and PH2 b, a Jupiter-size planet that the team confirmed to be in the habitable zone of its parent star. This is the second time Planet Hunters projectwhich is overseen by Zooniverse, has confirmed a new exoplanet discovery.

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Click to enlarge Amateur astronomers have used inexpensive equipment to discover a Jupiter-sized planet orbiting a Sun-like star light-years away. An automated telescope observed tens of thousands of bright stars, and then the team chose a few dozen promising candidates. The new planet, dubbed Xb is the 10th planet ever discovered using the transit method. The astronomers discovered a Jupiter-sized planet orbiting a Sun-like star light-years from Earth in the constellation Corona Borealis.

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On March 13,the British amateur astronomer and telescope-maker William Herschel was surveying the night sky. He initially thought it was a comet, but observations over the next several days showed something amazing. A comet that bright would be quite close to the Sun, and thus move rather quickly against the background stars.

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For the first time in history, a crowdsourced team of amateur citizen scientists has discovered a multi-planetary system. Located light years away, the system contains five exoplanets, and possibly a sixth, the majority of which are super-Earths. The star itself is a main sequence K-star, or orange dwarf, a type of star that feature masses between 0.

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A surprisingly inexpensive setup of amateur equipment is helping astronomers on their quest to find Kuiper Belt objects of every size to better understand how planets formed in our solar system. Every now and then a star appears to flicker out for a fraction of a second, its light blocked when a small object in the outer solar system passes in front of it. While some of these objects are large enough to be seen by the sunlight they reflect, most are far too small and thus too faint to be detected directly.

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A planet passing in front of its sun causes an apparent drop in the star's brightness, seen in this illustration. The discovery relied on 20 years of data gathered from seven major observatories. Searching for planets outside our solar system might seem like a task best left to the pros. But amateurs have quite a bit to contribute as well.

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Citizen scientists spot KBb, an exoplanet that algorithms missed, and it might be in just the right spot to host alien life. The planet KBb illustrated here is slightly smaller than Neptune and located about light-years away. Citizen scientists have discovered a new, rare type of planet beyond our solar system that's about twice the size of Earth and located in the habitable, or "Goldilocks zone," around its star where liquid water might exist on the exoplanet's surface.

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It ran out of fuel back in October of last yearbut the incredible wealth of data that it sent back during its life is still being sifted through and new discoveries are just waiting to be made. The world, called KBb, appears to be quite special and researchers who have looked at the data think it might even host liquid water, raising the possibility that the newfound planet is habitable. The research, which was published in The Astronomical Journal, reveals that KBb resides in the constellation Taurus and sits around light years away from Earth. The planet orbits a binary star system consisting of two stars that are smaller than our own sun.

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