Most extrasolar planets discovered so far are larger than Jupiter because.
The solar system is very orderly, with several exceptions. How do we explain the exceptions?
What do we call detection of extrasolar planets through the motion of a star toward and away from the observer caused by gravitational tugs from the planet?
Name the Jovian planets.
Where is the Kuiper Belt?
Most of the extrasolar planets found so far were detected by which method?
What is the name of the detailed theory that describes how our solar system formed from a cloud of interstellar gas and dust
What is the name of the boundary in the solar nebula beyond which ices could condense?
Give one example of “orderly motion” within the solar system
What do we call the detection of extrasolar planets through the side-to-side motion of a star caused by gravitational tugs from the planet?