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super-Jupiter

[¦sü·pər ′jü·pəd·ər]
(astronomy)
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The "super-Jupiter" circles its star at nearly twice the distance that Neptune orbits the sun and glows with a reddish color.
In the case of this super-Jupiter, it orbits its red dwarf star at roughly the (https://www.universetoday.com/15462/how-far-are-the-planets-from-the-sun/) same distance  as Mars when it reaches its farthest point from the Sun.
A super-Jupiter is any planet that has a mass greater than the largest planet in our solar system.
The "Super-Jupiter" is now being referred to as the largest planet in our solar system.
Super-Jupiters, roasted Neptunes, puffed-up Saturns, pairs of giants in resonant orbits--these are just lead-ups to the main act.