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Scientists found giant planet in space, 11 times bigger than Jupiter

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Scientists found giant planet in space, 11 times bigger than Jupiter

With the help of the Giant Telescope in Chile, scientists have detected a planet that is 11 times bigger than Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System.

With the help of the Giant Telescope in Chile, scientists have detected a planet that is 11 times bigger than Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System.

This planet is orbiting two bright stars in the southern sky. Scientists have named it b Centauri. Scientists around the world are surprised to see this. b Centauri planet is about 325 light-years away from Earth. The orbit of this gas-filled planet is 100 times wider than that of Jupiter.

In a study published in the journal Nature, astronomers have told in detail about their discovery. This is the first time that a gas-filled planet has been discovered around a star that is three times the size of the Sun.

According to the report of Inverse, Marcus Johnson and his team have discovered this planet through the European Telescope of Chile. Johnson said that I thought that there would be no planets around the stars, which would be interesting, but there are many possible planets around it. It could be more interesting.

The characteristics of this planet are puzzling Markus and his team. There are two stars in the B-Century system, b Centauri A and b Centauri B. If these two are combined, they can be 6 to 10 times more massive than the Sun. Both are very hot which is different from normal.

Johnson said that this new discovery could change what we know so far about the formation of planets. The information received so far about this planet is very strange.

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