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Images of Extrasolar Planets Win Award for Most Outstanding Papers in Science


February 18, 2010

vast belt of comet dust Two papers will share the 2009 Newcomb Cleveland Prize for outstanding papers in science. One of these papers, whose lead author was University of California, Berkeley, astronomer Paul Kalas, was accompanied by the first visible light image of a planet outside our solar system. Full Story

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