Scientists have discovered a strange, undiscovered dwarf moon orbiting a planet with the same mass as Jupiter.
The discovery, published in the journal Nature, is the first time a dwarf planet has been discovered orbiting a giant planet that is much closer to the sun.
The planet in question, dubbed “Pangaea,” is the largest body in the solar system, about the size of Jupiter and weighing about 2,000 times the Earth.
Scientists have been studying Pangaea since last year, when they discovered its orbit in images taken by NASA’s Deep Impact spacecraft.
The dwarf planet is the closest object in our solar system to a planet of similar mass.
The moon has an unusual shape, resembling a small planet in its orbit, but scientists don’t know why.
It’s unclear if it’s a planet, a moonscape or an asteroid.
The object orbits its parent star about the same distance to the Earth as Earth does to the Sun, about 50 times farther.
Its gravity is similar to that of Jupiter.
Its discovery comes after scientists last year found an asteroid orbiting the moon called “Poseidon” and dubbed it “The Beast of Pangaea.”