Astronomer Finds Planet With Multiple Suns

May be 16-million years old

Would you look at that – a planet with not one, not two, but three suns. A University of Arizona astronomer found 320 light years away. The central star is believed to be 80% bigger than our Sun, and the planet’s orbit lasts about 550 earth years. Astronomers say the planet – which has a mass equivalent to four Jupiters and a surface temperature of around 580C – would either experience constant daylight, or triple sunrises and sunsets each day.