August 17, 2015
The young, Jupiter-like world could yield clues to the formation of our own Solar System
A planet 100 light-years away resembles an infant version of Jupiter, astronomers say.
The new world, known as 51 Eridani b, is only 20 million years old - a toddler by astronomical standards.
The alien world could yield clues to the formation of our Solar System, which has an unusual lay-out.
BBC News 14 August 2015
From the section Science & Environment