Astronomers discovered a low-mass exoplanet GJ504b that shows how the bigger worlds are formed. It is appeared to be Jupiter-sized world called GJ504b found to be closer to the star's orbit. GJ504b  weight consists of four times around than Jupiter's mass and it is also looking like sun-like star when seen through direct imaging techniques.

The scientist says that it is nine times as far away to Jupiter in the solar system exactly.

However, it is concerned that the size of the planets are produced in the gas-rich debris filed around a young star. This gas-rich debris field occurred because there will be collision between asteriods and commets, that results to be provide a core seed. It is said to be "core-accretion" theory.

A GJ504b was dotted by the team Subaru Telescope in Hawaii with infrared data. Therefore, researchers says that it shows lots of data about exoplanets and it is type of hardest techniques to control.

The images results the planet's information about luminosity,
temperature, atmosphere and orbit said Masayuki Kuzuhara at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.

Although, GJ504b ranges the Go-type star GJ504b and it is somewhat hotter than sun and it is difficult to see in naked eye in the group virgo with 57 light years away. The team consolidates that it is around 160 million years old with the star i.e; one-thirtieth its age while match up with the sun.

The planet produce more heat with a color evocative of a dark cherry blossom, a dull magenta, said Micheal McElwain, team at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.

Jupiter-sized planet in Solar System.
Keywords: Low-mass exoplanet GJ504b, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, GJ504b, star's orbit, Jupiter mass, gas-rich debris field, asteriods, commets, core-accretion.

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