posted on May, 18 2011 @ 10:09 PM
Could one of these be Nibiru?
"Astronomers have discovered a whole new class of alien planet: a vast population of Jupiter-mass worlds that float through space without any
discernible host star, a new study finds.
While some of these exoplanets could potentially be orbiting a star from very far away, the majority of them most likely have no parent star at all,
And these strange worlds aren't mere statistical anomalies. They likely outnumber "normal" alien planets with obvious parent stars by at least 50
percent, and they're nearly twice as common in our galaxy as main-sequence stars, according to the new study."