The teenager who found a planet

The planet has been named named TOI-1338b and is 6.9 times the size of Earth
A teenage intern at Nasa has found a new planet after just three days there. It was on his first assignment to examine variations in star brightness captured by Nasa's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite that 17-year-old Wolf Cukier discovered the planet which is 6.9 times larger than Earth. Wolf Cukier told us about his discovery.

(Picture: Wolf Cukier.  Credit: Ben Cukier)
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