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Bizarre ‘super planet’ discovered for first time with radio observations – Fox News

Researchers have discovered a bizarre “super-planet” for the first time using radio observations, according to a new study.

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Researchers have discovered a bizarre “super-planet” for the first time using radio observations, according to a new study.
Known as BDR J1750+3809 or Elegast, the “super-planet” is actually a brown dwarf, a celestial object that is too cold and small to be a star. The discovery was made by researchers at the University of Hawaii, working in conjunction with tools from NASA and the Low-Frequency Array (LOFAR) telescope in Europe.
“This work opens a whole new method to finding the coldest objects…

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