Do Trojan exoplanets exist?
Investigating these co-orbiting worlds in our own solar system may help us forecast prevalence in extrasolar systems.
Co-orbiting worlds, often known as Trojans, have not been identified yet outside the solar system.
That's a curious thing, a recent study reveals, given we see them regularly closer to home.
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But it might be that tidal forces affect the orbits of larger worlds, such an exoplanet.
The SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute study suggests that larger exoplanets with short-period orbits are driven off course by the surrounding star's gravity.
The finding has ramifications for our existing catalogue of 5,000 exoplanets, which largely includes close-in worlds that are simpler to detect
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