TESS discovers nine new 'hot Jupiters'

Using NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), an international team of astronomers has discovered nine new "hot Jupiter" exoplanets. One of the newly detected alien worlds is almost four times more massive than ...

Astronomers discover new Be/X-ray binary system

Astronomers from the Open University in Milton Keynes, UK and elsewhere report the detection of a new Be/X-ray binary. The newfound system, designated 4XMM J182531.5–144036, exhibits persistent X-ray emission. The finding ...

Pulsations detected from the XZ Ursae Majoris system

Astronomers have conducted a photometric and spectroscopic study of an Algol-type binary, known as XZ Ursae Majoris (or XZ UMa for short). Results of the study, presented in a paper published December 21 on the pre-print ...

New ultra-short period binary discovered

Using the Tsinghua University–Ma Huateng Telescopes for Survey (TMTS), an international team of astronomers has discovered a new binary known as TMTS J052610.43+593445.1. The newfound system is an ultrashort-orbital-period ...

Astronomers discover a new 'warm Jupiter'

Astronomers from the Harvard–Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) and elsewhere, report the discovery of a new 'warm Jupiter' exoplanet orbiting a rapidly rotating F-type star. The newfound alien world, designated ...

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