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Scientists discover a ‘rogue’ planet cruising through the Milky Way – New York Post

An elusive, Earth-sized planet is creeping through our galaxy.

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An elusive, Earth-sized planet is creeping through our galaxy.
Scientists have long theorized about roving planets, which travel across galaxies and have no star to orbit. Untethered to their own sun, free-floating planets do not radiate light the way orbital planets do, meaning traditional research models couldn’t prove their existence.
Now, these cosmic rolling stones are no longer complete unknowns.
It was just a few years ago that Polish astronomers could provide the first evidence of such nomadic…

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