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Star with a possible planet that may have an extensive ring system around it, similar to a coaletion disk that could later form moons. Possibly the second such "super-Saturn" world discovered, which is half hidden in a disk surrounding the star. The star was dimmed every 25 days, for much longer than a planet's disk would produce. The rings would stretch 200 times wider than Saturn's. The main object is mose likely a super jovian, though it could be a brown dwarf. The rings would be tilted perpendicularly like those of Uranus's. It might not appear like a nice ring system like Saturn's, but rather like a cocoon around the planet. It's also possible that the blip seen is due to a clump of debris and not a planet with rings.

PSD 110 System Web PagesEdit

PSD 110 System In the NewsEdit

Possible Super Saturn Found (2017)Edit

See AlsoEdit

  • J1407 System - The only other possible ringed exoplanet found.
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