HD 113766
Planet or moon information

Spitzer Space Telescope, October 3


424 light-years[1]

Revolves around

HD 11376 A and HD 113766 B

Alien relevance

In the habitable zone of its star

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"It is fantastic to think we are able to detect the process of terrestrial planet formation. Stay tuned — I expect lots more fireworks as the planet in HD113766 grows."
—Carry Lisse(source)

HD 113766 is a forming extrasolar planet. When the planet is finished forming, it will be one of the few planets that are within the habitable zone of its star.[1]

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