New Exoplanet Hunter Directly Images Alien Worlds

See that bright dot? That’s an exoplanet — Beta Pictoris b to be precise. It was imaged by a brand new infrared exoplanet hunter called the Gemini Planet Imager (GPI) and it’s about to rock our world. Find out why.

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