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The planets are five to thirteen times more immense than Jupiter. And their order by size adapt our own solar system. The discovery is in the November 14th issue of journal Science. Astronomers faced a big distracted finding those planets: telescopes can’t just catch a planet in orbit. So, a common method is to initiate the planets’ gravitational pull on their home star. But that only works for the planets whose orbit is relatively close to their sun. Newer procedures share infrared radiation from recently formed planets. And a technique called kaddish optics is also used to create images of planets.