The full moon at the end of October is called the "Hunter's Moon."
After eight years and repeated photographs of a nearby star in hopes of finding planets, University of California, Berkeley, astronomer Paul Kalas finally has his prize: the first visible-light snapshots of a planet outside our solar system.
Scientists are seeking out worlds that are roughly the size of Earth and are the right distance from their suns to have liquid water on the planet.
Scientists are unsure what causes the planet to be so dark, but they believe it could be 'a chemical we haven't even thought of yet.'
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