Why Don't Super-Earths and Hot Jupiters Like Each Other?

Only one star system discovered so far has a population of both super-Earths and hot-Jupiters -- what's up with that?

April 13, 2016
12:11 PM EDT
Artist's impression of HD 189733b, a hot Jupiter about 63 light-years away from Earh. | NASA/ESA/G. Bacon (STScI)
A chart of planetary candidates found by the Kepler space telescope as of January 2015. Many Earths and super-Earths have been found by the orbiting telescope. | NASA