Up To 170 Rogue Planets Discovered In Our Galactic Backyard
Rogue planets are a fascinating phenomenon. These are free-floating objects that are not part of any star system. They float through interstellar space and are very hard to see and to determine what they actually are.
In this Anton Petrov video, he describes how these objects are identified and how they may have formed. At this point, it is understood that many/most of these objects were likely planets that were originally part of a solar system but were “kicked out” for whatever reason.
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