Finding young planets in our galaxy is still very much at the forefront of science.
But with the help of the world's most expensive ground-based telescope, two teams of astronomers are convinced they've found not one, but three baby planets.
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The young planets orbit a star called HD 163296, which is located about 330 million light years away from us in the constellation of Sagittarius (The Archer).
It's the first time the $1.4 billion Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) telescope has discovered new planets, thanks to a special technique to help hunt them down. Read more...More about Space, Science, Astronomy, Science, and Space