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The Plurality of Worlds
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“I will discuss how important it is to discover planets around stars that do not look like the Sun. Particularly, I will describe the recent discovery of multiple Earth-like planets found to orbit the ultra-cool dwarf TRAPPIST -1, and what we can learn from them.”
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This talk is part of the Cambridge University Astronomical Society (CUAS) series.
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