New Planet Detected by Small Telescope

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NPR's Melissa Block talks with Kelly Beatty of Sky and Telescope magazine about the small telescope used to detect a new planet, orbiting a distant star. The telescope has small optics of about four inches in diameter, with a sophisticated camera on the end.

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