Exoplanets and Planetary Physics

An exoplanet or extrasolar planet is a planet outdoor the Solar System. Exoplanets are very firm to see directly with telescopes. They are hidden by the cheerful stare of the stars they orbit. So, astronomers use other ways to notice and study these distant planets.

planetary physics (astrophysics) is the study of the structure, arrangement, and physical and chemical possessions of the planets of the solar system, counting their atmospheres and immediate cosmic environment.


  • Planetary science
  • planetology
  • planetary systems

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