Scientists find hints of what could be a moon in a far-off star system
Scientists have found many planets orbiting distant stars, but so far no proof that any have moons. Now, researchers have detected signs of a large exomoon orbiting a Jupiter-like world.
NPR’s Nell Greenfieldboyce reports on the latest advance in the hunt for distant moons.
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