Images released of planet larger than Jupiter

06/4/2013 | Space.com

The European Southern Observatory released a sharp photograph of the newly discovered large gaseous planet named HD 95086 b. Scientists estimate the planet is roughly four or five times larger than Jupiter, and have observed the planet orbiting a star that is only 10 million to 17 million years old and approximately 300 light-years from Earth.

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