Gliese 667 Cc: An Earth in different circumstances
Gliese 1132 b: The most important exoplanet ever discovered?
CoRoT-7b: The first rocky planet discovered...after a fashion
Gliese 581f: A frigid sea that could be
HD2685 b: Sitting around a bright star
Kapetyn b: 100-billion-year-old ice is more than just a dream
Luyten b: One of the most promising candidates for another Earth yet
2M1207b: The oldest photograph of an exoplanet we have
Barnard’s Star b: Another nearby planet with a hidden world
Gamma Cephei Ab: The first exoplanet discovered on Earth...sort of.
Proxima Centauri b: A landmark in the next celestial village over
GJ 1412 b: Oceans like nothing you've seen on Earth
2MASS J2126–8140: Where a year is longer than an Earth ice age
K2-137 b: Where a year passes in an afternoon
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