The Daily Space - Six Star Eclipsing System Found in TESS Data With AI Help


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From January 29, 2021.

A new system has been found that consists of six stars in three binary pairs, which are producing a bevy of eclipses with each other. They were found in TESS data with the help of machine learning. Plus, Venus, more exoplanet news, difficulties with the record of early life, and a look back at Marie Tharp’s groundbreaking work.

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