Hey Space Placers!
How about a rocky exoplanet located ONLY 21 light years away? What is even better is that you can see the star it orbits with your unaided eye - which I think is a first.
This is a gold mine for studying exoplanets because it is so close and it transits its star from our point of view which allows us to study it in great detail.
I am going to try to photograph Cassiopeia and get a view of the star HD 219134.
Sky Guy in VA