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Scientists have discovered a blanket outside the solar system more than Iupiter, the biggest planet of the solar system, about 13 hours.
Researchers from the São Paulo Research Trust discovered the secret planet using NASA's Telescope Space Kepler.
"We have been able to find very strong evidence that a massive planet outside the solar system in a bi-lingual bilingual system," said Leonardo Andrade de Almeida, who led the survey, "This is the first proof of a planet outside the solar system in a system of this kind".
The giant plan is part of a bilingual system called KIC 10544976 which has two stars, one "live" and the other "dead".
Although scientists are sure that the planet is on, it is still clear how it is created.
One theory suggests that he grew at the same time as the stars of years ago, and the other idea is that he is created from the gas that spread the dead star when he goes.
The team now hopes to see more data from other telescopes to understand if each of these theories is real.
"We are investigating 20 systems whereby external objects may display pull-out effects, such as KIC 10544976, which many of them will not see but from a southern hemisphere," said Almeida.
"The large temple with Magellan Giant offers us the chance to find these things directly and get important answers to creating and growing these fascinating environments, as well as the potential for life," said Almeida.