Exoplanet TOI-2406 b is the biggest subneptune class member found so far

10. 8. 2021

Astronomers discovered new exoplanet using data from the space telescope TESS. Exoplanet TOI-2406 b orbits a red dwarf 181 light years away and is almost 3 times bigger than Earth. According to a new study TOI-2406 b is the largest subneptune exoplanet found so far.

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missions icon TESS 18. 4. 2018 Ongoing

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Star Star type Distance
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LP 645-50 Red Dwarf 181.4 1
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