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Astronomers have discovered a planet that is twice as big as Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, New Zealand researchers at the University of Auckland revealed on Tuesday. They said the newly discovered planet was 15,000 light years away from the earth, making it one of the most distant ever discovered. With about twice the mass of Jupiter, it is twice as far from its solar-type star as the earth is from the sun.
Just a query... if this new planet revolves around "its solar-type star" does that mean it is NOT in OUR solar system?
Yes, as mentioned in other publications, it is not from our 'Solar System!'