1. TESS, Spitzer Spot Potential Giant World Circling Tiny Star  NASA Goddard
  2. Scientists get a rare glimpse of the first planet orbiting a white dwarf  Inverse
  3. Research reveals an enormous planet quickly orbiting a tiny, dying star  Phys.org
  4. A White Dwarf’s Surprise Planetary Companion: First-of-Its-Kind Exoplanet Detected Around Dead Star  SciTechDaily
  5. NASA Missions Spy First Possible 'Survivor' Planet Hugging White Dwarf  NASA
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Astronomers discovered a Jupiter-sized planet orbiting a small white dwarf star, changing their ideas of how exoplanets survive.Astronomers discovered a Jupiter-sized planet orbiting a small white dwarf star, changing their ideas of how exoplanets survive.

Scientists get a rare glimpse of the first planet orbiting a white dwarf

Thanks to a bevy of telescopes in space and on Earth—and even a pair of amateur astronomers in Arizona—a University of Wisconsin-Madison astronomer and his colleagues have discovered a Jupiter-sized ...

Research reveals an enormous planet quickly orbiting a tiny, dying star

For the first time, an intact, giant exoplanet has been discovered orbiting close to a white dwarf star. This discovery shows that it is possible for Jupiter-sized planets to survive their star's demise and settle into close orbits around the remaining stellar ember, near the habitable zone. This fo

A White Dwarf’s Surprise Planetary Companion: First-of-Its-Kind Exoplanet Detected Around Dead Star

A White Dwarf’s Surprise Planetary Companion: First-of-Its-Kind Exoplanet Detected Around Dead Star – SciTechDaily

An international team of astronomers using NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) and retired Spitzer Space Telescope has reported what may be the first intact planet found closely orbiting a white dwarf, the dense leftover of a Sun-like star, only 40% larger than Earth.An international team of astronomers using NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) and retired Spitzer Space Telescope has reported what may be the first intact planet found closely orbiting a white dwarf, the dense leftover of a Sun-like star, only 40% larger than Earth.

NASA Missions Spy First Possible ‘Survivor’ Planet Hugging White Dwarf | NASA