how do the orbits of known extrasolar planets differ from those of planets in our solar system?

How does a star and planet system function with respect to orbit to their orbits?

Exoplanets are very difficult to see directly with telescopes. Most orbit other stars, but free-floating exoplanets, called rogue planets, orbit the galactic center and are not tied to any star. Planets that orbit other stars are called exoplanets. All of them seem too massive to support a life like Earth’s, but this too is the … Read more