Discovery Alert: Around 170 Rogue Planets Discovered Near Us
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Did you know that according to a recent study we found anything up to 170 free-floating or rogue planets?
The interesting thing is that they are located in the local neighbourhood, in fact, they have been found in the part of the sky between the Scorpius and the Ophiucus constellations.
What does this mean? And what are rogue planets?
Also, the important news is that if they’re not rogue planets, they’re possibly brown dwarfs.
Have you ever heard about brown dwarfs?
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