Scientists discovered a stray object in the Milky Way galaxy, 20 light-years away from the Sun.
In 2016, scientists have discovered a pale object, 20 light years away from the Sun, in observing a Very Large Array (VLA) telescope. According to scientists, this object was a brown dwarf that was too small to be a star but too big to be a planet.
Research that continues to examine the object has reached quite astounding results. The object called SIMP J01365663 + 0933473 had a magnetic field 200 times larger than the planet Jupiter with the largest magnetic field in the Solar System. The odd thing is that the object has a volume that is only 1.2 times larger than Jupiter.
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Scientists say it can be up to 13 times heavier than Jupiter in order to be accepted as any cognitive planet. SIMP J01365663 + 0933473 is regarded as a planet because Jupiter is 12 times too heavy but not 13 times over. The strange thing is that SIMP J01365663 + 0933473 emits light even though it is a stray planet.
Another strange thing is that SIMP J01365663 + 0933473 is extremely hot. Venus, the hot planet of the Solar System, has a temperature of 464 ° C, SIMP J01365663 + 0933473 825 ° C. Yet again the scientists are only 200 million years old to explain the planet.
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Astronomer from Arizona State University of the United States, Dr. Melodie Kao voiced his discovery that he was on the borderline between a cisminous planet and a brown dwarf, and provided important clues to scientists in understanding the magnetic processes of planets and stars.