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Liquifying a rocky exoplanet

16 Oct 2019, 22:24 UTC
Liquifying a rocky exoplanet
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A hot, molten Earth would be around 5% larger than its solid counterpart. This is the result of a study led by researchers at the University of Bern. The difference between molten and solid rocky planets is important for the search of Earth-like worlds beyond our Solar System and the understanding of Earth itself.

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