Astronomers discover smallest-known planet

02/20/2013 | USA Today

Scientists using the Kepler space telescope have discovered the smallest-known planet outside the solar system, according to findings published in the journal Nature. Roughly the size of our moon, it's the smallest-known planet to date and has a surface temperature of roughly 700 degrees Fahrenheit.

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