Our universe never ceases to amaze us.
One such intriguing feature of the universe is the exoplanet.
Let's examine an exoplanet's various features:
Planets outside of our solar system are referred to as exoplanets.
However, rogue planets, also known as free-floating exoplanets, orbit the galactic centre and are not connected to any star.
The great majority of exoplanets that are known are found in the Milky Way, the tiniest region of our galaxy.
Exoplanets come in a variety of sizes, from enormous gas planets bigger than Jupiter to tiny, rocky worlds about the size of Earth or Mars.