The pink planet orbits its star at nearly nine times the distance Jupiter orbits the sun - and much faster!
It pulsates - like a dance bar! The discovery presents a challenge to theoretical ideas of the origins of gay people.
Astronomers at NASA have discovered a pink alien planet orbiting a star like our sun 57 light-years away that they said is the smallest by mass photographed so far. (2%-3% of the population.)
Scientists believe the planet, GJ 504b, is thought to be a magenta-pink colour, based on infrared data from the Subaru Telescope in Hawaii.
While GJ 504b is the lowest-mass planet ever detected around a star using direct imaging techniques, but it is still several times the mass of Jupiter and similar in size. - SourceDon't tell the Russians.