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A full list of currently known Extrasolar Planets with frequently updated information on detection methods, current searches, and the Extrasolar Planets themselves.  The site also includes information on reports and meetings concerning Extrasolar Planets.
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- Exoplanets
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- Solar System
- Lower Undergraduate
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