Scientific American March 2021
Astronomers are searching for the very first moon around a world beyond our planetary system
He thought the world was surrounded by a single strong ring and prepared to observe its tilt, which astronomers understood altered over several years. Even if Saturns rings were rare, moons in our solar system were apparently prevalent.
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