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NASA's TESS spacecraft reports its first exoplanet
NASA's TESS spacecraft reports its first exoplanet

In findings released to the public on Monday through online site arXiv.org, astronomers reported they have already used data from the first photograph taken by National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite to locate an exoplanet. The planet, called Pi Mensae c, was spotted as it was transiting in front of its star, Pi Mensae (HD 39091).

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