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How do astronomers find planets in other solar systems?



A. They can directly observe them with a telescope.
B. They monitor the pattern of movement and light from a star.
C. They chart the curvature of space as light bends around a star.
D. They predict the acceleration of nearby stars in relation to the planet.

This question is part of Bill Nye Astronomy Quiz
Asked by Cardinalcm, Last updated: Apr 03, 2020

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Answered Apr 16, 2018

They monitor the pattern of movement and light from a star.
 

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