Author(s): Gurren Lagann
FT Octantis, also known as TYC 9486-927-1, is a red dwarf about 111.38 light-years away in the constellation Octans. In 2009, a brown dwarf or a super-Jovian planet, named 2MASS J21265040-8140293, was spotted over 7,400 AU away from the star, later determined to be gravitationally bound to it. With an orbital period of 900,000 years, this makes its star system one of the largest ever found.
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