Exoplanets

http://www.kqed.org/.stream/anon/radio/quest/2008/06/2008-06-02-quest.mp3

Since 1995, astronomers have identified more than 200 new planets, but these planets aren't in our solar system. Known as exoplanets, they're the planets orbiting other suns and Bay Area scientists are leading the search. QUEST reports on some of the latest efforts to find new planets-- and maybe even life-- in outer space.

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