It is improbable: at a dead star the survived planet] is foun

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On diameter (but not on weight) the planet of WD 1856b is much bigger the star. Illustration NASA/JPL-Caltech/NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. On diameter (but not on weight) the planet of WD 1856b is much bigger the star. Illustration NASA/JPL-Caltech/NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. WD 1856b planet inexplicably survived near the white dwarf. Illustration of National administration office on aeronautics and space research ’s Goddard Space Flight Center. WD 1856b planet inexplicably survived near the white dwarf. Illustration of National administration office on aeronautics and space research ’s Goddard Space Flight Center. Astronomers found a giant planet in the white dwarf – kernels of an otgorevshy star. It is the first...

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