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Astronomers have discovered a new solar system in the Milky Way with six planets in perfect synchrony, orbiting a bright star 100 light-years away in the constellation Coma Berenices. This rare in-sync solar system has remained untouched by outside forces since its formation billions of years ago and can help explain how solar systems across the galaxy came to be. The discovery was made using observations from NASA's TESS and the European Space Agency's Cheops satellites1. The planets in this solar system are in perfect synchronous orbit with each other, providing a glimpse of what solar systems may have looked like billions of years ago1.
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