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Some of the starlight still gets through, easily obscuring planets that are millions of times fainter than their parent stars.
When you observe a starlight, they are all real-time data.
The energy in the cosmic rays is found to be, roughly, the same as that of starlight.
In previous visible-light images, the nebula glowed blue with scattered starlight.
As the universe expands, starlight is stretched into longer, redder wavelengths.
Periodic dips in starlight can be caused by planets that partially eclipse, or transit, their host stars.
In addition, some of the starlight gets filtered through the planet's atmosphere.

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