James Webb Space Telescope spots dozens of physics-breaking rogue objects floating through space in pairs

The James Webb Area Telescope has found dozens of seemingly physics-breaking rogue objects floating by area in pairs, and scientists aren’t certain how they’ll exist. 

Freely drifting by the Orion Nebula, the Jupiter-mass binary objects, or “JuMBOs” exist in 42 pairs. Every object orbits its accomplice at as much as 390 instances the space between Earth and the solar. 


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