Did you mayhaps mean Exmoor?
- exo- + moon (Wiktionary)
“New research shows that, if we find such an "exomoon" in the habitable zone of a nearby star, the James Webb Space Telescope will be able to study its atmosphere and detect key gases like carbon dioxide, oxygen, and water.”
“People have been searching for exomoons for a whole ten years now, and not a single exomoon has been detected.”
“Variation in this time is not a smoking gun for an exomoon, because it has a number of possible causes, including another planet in the system.”
“And there the field of exomoon hunting would have remained were it no for the work of David Kipping at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge and a few buddies.”
“They pointed out that not only does an exomoon change the start time of a transit, it should also change the duration of the transit and that together, these signals can uniquely identify an exomoon.”
“This transit timing variation (TTV) is a signal that could be used to spot an exomoon.”
“Hunting for moons wouldn't require any change in observational strategy, but it will take some work to tease out the exomoon signal from the data.”
“Tim Brown of the Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope in California, who looked for an exomoon signal around the first discovered transiting planet (HD 209458b), says the actual number of candidate stars will be much less.”
“Kipping and his colleagues are proposing an alternative that should increase the chances of spotting an exomoon.”
“Other planets in the system, perihelion precession, star irregularities -- all these can mimic the signal of an exomoon.”
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