1. Orbital Harmony of TRAPPIST-1 Planets Could Survive Only Limited Early Bombardment  SciTechDaily
  2. Scientists uncover secrets of alien worlds using ‘perfect harmony’ of planetary system  The Independent
  3. Exoplanets with topsy-turvy orbits found around inconspicuous star  Astronomy Magazine
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Fragile orbits of seven exoplanets limit late arrival of water. Seven Earth-sized planets orbit the star TRAPPIST-1 in near-perfect harmony, and U.S. and European researchers have used that harmony to determine how much physical abuse the planets could have withstood in their infancy. “After r

Orbital Harmony of TRAPPIST-1 Planets Could Survive Only Limited Early Bombardment

Orbital Harmony of TRAPPIST-1 Planets Could Survive Only Limited Early Bombardment – SciTechDaily

Scientists have used the “perfect harmony” of a distant planetary system to understand more about its past.Scientists have used the “perfect harmony” of a distant planetary system to understand more about its past.

Scientists uncover secrets of alien worlds using ‘perfect harmony’ of planetary system | The Independent

Astronomers have discovered a system in which the planets' orbits are nearly perpendicular to each other. Astronomers have discovered a system in which the planets' orbits are nearly perpendicular to each other.

Exoplanets with topsy-turvy orbits found around inconspicuous star | Astronomy.com

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