Author(s): Gurren Lagann
HD 129116, also known as b Centauri, is a binary star system consisting of two B-type giant stars about 339 light-years away in the constellation Centaurus. It is the most massive binary star system known to host a planet, which was discovered in 2021 and about 11 times the mass of Jupiter
b Centauri (AB)b, one of the most massive super-Jovian planets ever discovered, seen here orbiting its two parent stars from a distance of 556 AU
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