June 30, 2014 Marina Galperina

Astronomers at the University of New South Wales have discovered a new super-Earth orbiting near the Gliese 832 zone, Sci-News reports. It’s about 16 light-years away (94,055,997,000,000 miles) and about half the mass and radius of the Sun. Dubbed Gliese 832c, it’s neighbored by Gliese 832b, a cold Jupiter-like planet. “With an outer giant planet and an interior potentially rocky […]

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