Evidence Suggests First Discovery Of Moon Beyond Solar System

HOUSTON—Two Columbia University researchers have offered evidence for the first discovery of a moon beyond the Solar System. The Neptune-sized object is orbiting a larger planet in the fringes of the habitable zone of an aging and faint Sun-like star, Kepler-1625, about 8,000 light years away...

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