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Sabine Frink (University of California, San Diego) and several planet-hunting colleagues have found a super-Jupiter orbiting an orange giant--an old star that has used up most of its hydrogen fuel and swollen to huge proportions, as our Sun will do in 7 billion years.
In the case of this super-Jupiter, it orbits its red dwarf star at roughly the (https://www.
A super-Jupiter is any planet that has a mass greater than the largest planet in our solar system.