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Rogue Planet Discovered Flying Through Milky Way Without a Star – IGN – IGN

There’s a “rogue planet” flying through the Milky Way galaxy, a free-floating world without a host star. Its mass is reportedly between that of Earth and Mars.

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There’s a “rogue planet” flying through the Milky Way galaxy — a free-floating world without a host star. Is it actually a Death Star? The worldships of Marvel villains Annihilus or Galactus? The planet-sized Transformer Unicron? In the year 2020, surely anything is possible but, alas, no.In a newly published study, scientists announced they have discovered a rogue planet. It appears to be on the smallish side as far as exoplanets go, with a mass reportedly between that of Earth and Mars.”Our discovery…

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