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The New planet with three Suns




As we continue to explore our outer space, more and more are yet to be discovered. Recently, a new planet was discovered by name "HD 131399Ab". The planet is located at about 340 light years from Earth in the constellation Centaurus. It is believed that planet HD 131399Ab is 16 million years old and also With a temperature of 850 kelvins. It is also one of the coldest and least massive directly-imaged exoplanets. Kevin Wagner, a doctoral student in Apai's research group discovered HD 131399Ab and according to him, he said that three stars are visible in the sky, the fainter two are always much closer together, and changing in apparent separation from the brightest star throughout the year.

Mr Wagner also said that As the planet orbits and the stars grow farther apart each day, they reach a point where the setting of one coincides with the rising of the other at which point the planet is in near-constant daytime for about one-quarter of its orbit, or roughly 140 Earth-years."

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