Kepler 16-B, the planet that was recently discovered with two suns and subsequently dubbed “Tatooine” as an homage to Luke Skywalker’s home planet, may be orbited by an Earth-like moon. The real-life mass orbiting the Kepler-16 double-star system first gained fame in September. However, the cold, gaseous planet is uninhabitable, but it’s moon has scientists excited. The planet, which is 200 light years away and roughly the size of Saturn, is the first circumbinary planet – meaning it orbits two suns – ever discovered, says NASA.
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