Now one has been discovered orbiting a star called HIP 13044, located about 2,000 light years away. While this star is now in the Milky Way, researchers report in Thursday’s online edition of the journal Science that it originated in a separate galaxy that was later cannibalized by ours.
That makes the new planet, which is about 20 percent larger than Jupiter, the first found to have originated in another galaxy.
Extragalactic planets, coming to the Milky Way to do the jobs that Milky Wayan planets won’t do.
I call upon the Attorney General to take action now and to sue Minnesota for this.