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LYNETTE COOK / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY LYNETTE COOK / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Extrasolar planet. Artwork of the extrasolar planet TMR-1C (orange). It has been thrown out of a double star system (white dot, lower centre). This extrasolar planet was discovered using the American Hubble Space Telescope. TMR-1C appears at the end of a 130 billion mile long trail of visible material. The planet has a mass about three times that of Jupiter and lies 450 light years away in the constellation Taurus.
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