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Extremely little telescope discovers pair of odd planets


, : Extremely little telescope discovers pair of odd planets.

Though the KELT North telescope in southern Arizona carries a lens no more powerful than a high-end digital camera, it's just revealed the existence of two very unusual faraway planets.

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