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    Exoplanets
  1. Can you tell me more about those new planets that were found?

  2. How common are planetary systems around other stars?

  3. Can you tell me about the new solar system that has been found?

  4. How are solar systems created?

  5. Can you tell me the differences between exoplanets and brown dwarfs?

  6. How can you separate multiple exoplanets in radial velocity measurements?

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