Does this planet have a sibling sharing the same orbit?

A study led by the Centro de Astrobiología (CAB), CSIC-INTA, has found what may be the most robust evidence that pairs of planets can form by sharing a path around their star. In the orbital path of one of the two youngest known planets, PDS 70 b, a dust cloud up to twice the mass of our Moon has been detected.

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