This is the largest set of discoveries ever made, increasing the number of distant objects with well-known paths around the sun by 50%
A trip through some of humanity's most spectacular galactic glimpses
As part of the K2 mission - the NASA Kepler telescope's new lease on life
They appear to be “rogue” planets not circling a star in a conventional solar system but roaming free around the far-off galaxy!
They are located in the Trappist-1 system
The exoplanet has been given the clunky label OGLE-2016-BLG-1190Lb
Author David Meade thinks Nibiru is going to strike Earth in...September!
Within the habitable, or "Goldilocks" zone, temperatures are not too hot or too cold but just right for surface water to exist as a liquid
Even though the crafts were built in the 1970s they were built to last with systems that can adjust when necessary
Here’s the thing to remember about rogue planets: They’re not just wanderers; they can be destroyers, too!...