6 exomoons orbiting alien worlds? Well it’s complicated.

Scientists have seen thousands of worlds in other solar systems, so many that exoplanets have become a dime a dozen. But in our neighborhood, three-quarters of the planets have at least one Moon, and no such object in other systems has been confidently discovered so far, such worlds are too small and too far away.

Now, a new document points to six exoplanets where the oscillations in your data can be caused by exomoons. But that does not necessarily guarantee the presence of such moons, and at this time there is no way for scientists to determine the actual details of the situation. Those are great challenges for any research to overcome.