Kepler 1625b and its moon.

Two views of Kepler 1625b and its giant moon, done a year apart. The one with the large moon looming over the golden cloudscape was done last summer while the other was done today and reflects having a little more information about the bodies, such as the approximate size of the moon and its distance from the planet.

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Ron Miller

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