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Image credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/S. Wiessinger
Imagine living in a world with three Suns, red jungles or an endless night. These ideas have moved from fiction to reality as we discover more and more fantastic planets in our galaxy.
So what do planets circling distant stars look like? Could there be life there? How do we know what they might be like?
What questions do YOU want our expert to answer?
Find out about exoplanets – planets that orbit around other stars, not the Sun – with astrophysicist Emily Brunsden.
About the expert
Emily Brunsden works in the Department of Physics at the University of York, UK, where she specialises in astrophysics. She is also the Director of Astrocampus - a teaching and outreach observatory at the University of York.
Over to you!
Ask your questions on the Question Forum below. Emily will be answering these live on Tuesday 1 June from 10am - 11am.
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