Found, Moon-forming Disc on a Giant Extrasolar Planet Similar to Jupiter

Astronomers discovered a moon-forming disk around a giant Jupiter-like exoplanet in a breakthrough that could explain how moons and planets form in young star systems.

This ‘circular disc’ is how the moon formed around the gas giant planet. The team says it’s an important discovery found around a young planet. Its parent star, PDS 70, is 370 light-years from Earth and is only 5.4 million years old.

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