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NGTS-1 red dwarf (centre) and its planet (lower right), illustration. The NGTS (Next-Generation Transit Survey) is located in the Atacama desert in Chile, with a primary aim to locate extrasolar planets with masses and sizes between those of Earth and Neptune. One of the discoveries is NGTS-1, a red dwarf star about half the diameter of the Sun. It has been found to host a gas giant planet almost one-quarter of its size, which makes it the largest known planet in relation to its star. (Photo by: SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY via AP Images)

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