An international team of researchers recently detected two new Earth-like planets orbiting Teegarden’s Star, an M-type (red dwarf) star located just 12.5 light-years from the Solar System in the direction of the Aries constellation.
GJ436, a red dwarf located about 33 light-years from Earth has a planet that behaves very much like a comet. And according to a recent study this planet also has a very peculiar orbit.
A team working with HARPS in Chile has found that the red dwarf star Ross 128 is orbited by a low-mass exoplanet every 9.9 days. The exoplanet is expected to be with a surface temperature close to that of Earth.